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DEMOCRAT BOOK AND JOB PRINT 

Sherwood & Pound, Proprietors, 

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA. 



Soldiers of Florida 



in the 



Oeminole Sndian~ Civil 



and 



Spanish ~ Jimerican u/ars. 




&>r*4 j£, S^oi&rtson, Compiler, 
{Prepared and published under the supervision of the 

33oard of State Snstitutions, 

jfs authorized Ay Chapter 2203 ^Catus 
of Florida, approved 'Tf/ay /4, /903. 



3 



^Preface. 



For a number of years it has been evident that steps should be taken 
to put in permanent form the rolls of Florida's soldiers, if the names of these 
men were to be recorded in history and the memory of their honorable ser- 
vice preserved to future generations. Attempts by camps of Confederate 
Veterans to secure and preserve the rolls known to be in existence met with 
indifferent success. R. E. Lee Camp No. 59, of Jacksonville, was one of the 
most successful to gather up any appreciable number of rolls, but unfor- 
tunately these, with all the other archives and relics of the War Between 
the States, were destroyed in the great fire of 1901. This irreparable loss 
seemingly impressed on the minds of the Legislature the importance of gath- 
ering up and putting into shape such records as still remained. The result 
was the passage in 1903 of the following act, introduced by Mr. Long of Brad- 
ford, and known as Chapter 5203, Laws of Florida. 

CHAPTER 5203 

An Act to compile a History of the Soldiers of Florida serving in the 
Indian, Mexican, Spanish-American and War Between the States, Contain- 
ing a Roster of the Soldiers Engaged in the Several Wars, with all Records 
Appertaining Thereto. 
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 

Sec. I. That the Governor of the State of Florida be and he is hereby 
authorized to secure the publication of one thousand copies in book form of 
the complete roster of each company by name and name of all the regiments 
furnished by Florida in the Indian, Mexican, Spanish-American and the late 
War between the States, to contain a complete roster of what regiment each 
company served in, with the reg mental officers and staff, with dates of ser- 
vice, what brigade, and battles said regiments took part in, with casualties, 
name, rank and date of same. Also with what army each regiment served. 

Sec. 2. That the said compilation shall be as near as possible a com- 
plete history of service as can be obtained from the rolls now in the posses- 
sion of the State, in the War Department at Washington and elsewhere. The 
said compilation to be begun as soon as practicable and be continued until 
such history is complete; the printing and binding to be done under the di- 
rection of the Board of State Institutions. And the publication when com- 
pleted shall be under control of the Governor, who in his discretion shall 
furnish free of cost to the colleges, seminaries, schools and public libraries of 
the State, each a copy; and to exchange for similar publications from other 



*/ rOtClCQt —-Continued. 



States; and be authorized to sell copies to those wanting them at a sufficient 
sum to cover the cost of publication. 

Sec. 3. That there shall be appropriated the sum of five thousand dol- 
lars ($5,000) out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, 
to meet the expense of compiling the roster, and the Comptroller be, and he 
is required to draw his warrant on the State Treasurer for the above amount 
for the above purpose; provided, however, that no appointment shall be 
made by the Governor nor any action whatever taken hereunder until the 
Governor shall have ascertained and reported in writing to the Board of State 
Institutions that the work contemplated by this Act can be properly done 
for the sum of five thousand dollars or less. 

Sec. 4. This Act to take effect upon its passage and approval by the 
Governor. 

Approved May 14, 1903. 

The proviso in Section 3 caused me to hesitate some time before taking 
any steps to have the work done. I fully realized the task set before me and 
the responsibilit} 7 attached thereto. The difficulties in the way of making a 
complete record were almost insurmountable, but neglect to put the law into 
execution was to lose the one opportunity ever presented to preserve the 
names and records of many gallant men to whom the State owed at least the 
inscription of their names and service on her rolls in such shape that posterity 
might know the men who willingly offered at her command all they had to 
give. 

Every day's delay added to the difficulties already thickly gathered 
around the subject. Old age was dulling the minds and weakening the mem- 
ory of the men who half century ago answered so blithely the State's call for 
service. Fire, mold, insects and vermin with the ravages of time were rapidly 
destroying the written records and death in his relentless march was daily 
removing the actors in the great tragedy If the work so necessary, was to 
be done at all, it must be done at once. 

The number of years that had elapsed since the close of the war, the 
fact that for several years immediately following its close the State had been 
in the hands of men hostile to the South, anxious to break down its traditions 
and blot out its story, added immensely to the difficulties that must be sur- 
mounted. No one connected with this compilation anticipated for a moment 
an approach to perfection; on the contrary errors and inaccuracies were 
looked forward to as inevitable, but the surest way to correct an error and 
reach the truth is to publish to the world the evidence at hand, then, those 
in possession of the information will come forward and correct the errors 
that may exist. If the imperfect record is not published the errors may never 
be discovered and justice not be done. 

Taking this, the only reasonable vi w of the matter, the Board of State 
Institutions ordered the work published. 

It has been a matter of surprise that after all these years so many docu- 
ments have escaped destruction, and when the mind runs back and the burned 



Sr re/aCe, — Continued. 

rolls of three years ago and the books and documents, known to have existed 
in other parts of the State, but now lost, are recalled, it is equally a matter 
of great regret that the work has been so long delayed. 

In the progress of the compilation several thousand letters have been 
written to survivors asking for certain information, later printed forms were 
sent out requiring only a few minutes time to fill out. Many answered fully 
all the questions asked and gave in detail the information required, taking 
considerable trouble to substantiate all the statements made. Great effort 
has been put forth to get at the true record in every instance and where has 
been failure, it is owing to inability to find those possessing the desired knowl- 
edge. 

All the names and dates published are taken from old muster rolls, offi- 
cial documents or are derived from sources deemed reliable. Advantage has 
been taken of every available source of information to ensure as far as pos- 
sible the correctness of these records, but in spite of every effort errors have 
crept in and for lack of proper evidence much that should be incorporated in 
the compilation has been of necessity omitted. 

This compilation puts in compact, permanent form all the records now 
held by the State and the information that has been gathered during the pro- 
gress of the work. In this shape existing errors can readily be detected and 
corrected and omissions supplied; something hitherto impossible because the 
errors and omissions could not be known to exist. Out of these corrections 
of the published rolls will grow the perfect work that must supply one of the 
most interesting chapters in the history of Florida. 

W. S. Jennings, 

Governor. 



Soldiers of the Seminole Sndian War JS35~/843, 
and the 7/fexican War, 



Owing to the rules of the War Department' in Washington, it is impos- 
sible to get the names of the men who served in the Seminole Wars of 1835-43, 
and the War with Mexico, and the survivors of these wars who still live in 
Florida are unable to furnish the information needed for the purpose of this 
work. The reason given by the Department for issuing the order that stands 
in the way of procuring these names is as follows: "The muster rolls and 
other records of individual officers and enlisted men and organizations which 
are on file in the Record and Pension Office of this Department, and which 
pertain to the War of the Rebellion, the Mexican War, the various Indian 
Wars, the War of 1812, and the War of the Revolution, have become so delap- 
idated through years of constant handling or other causes, that it has been 
found necessary to adopt stringent measures for their preservation, and to 
restrict reference to them to cases to which such reference is absolutely neces- 
sary." This order bears date of 1897. 

The records show that in the Seminole Wars of 1835-43, the force em- 
ployed is reported as 10,169 regulars and 29,953 volunteers. The casualties 
reported were 18 regular officers and 310 men killed, 20 regular officers and 
270 men wounded; of the volunteers 5 officer; and 50 men were killed, and 
24 officers and 234 men were wounded. What proportion of the volunteers 
were enlisted from Florida cannot be stated for the reasons given above. 

In the Mexican War Florida had about three companies. 

Florida in the Indian War. 

The depredation of the Indians upon the stock of the people of South 
Florida and persistent violation of all their agreements on the part of certain 
members of the Seminole Tribe created such a great degree of distrust of their 
intention that Governor Brown was compelled early in 1852 to take cogni- 
zance of the existing situation. 

A. Jernigan reported on the 19th of January, 1852, that he had seen 
abundance of Indian sign on the St. Johns River below Lake Poinsett. That 
he had found fresh beef bones near their camp and that the Mail-rider from 
Tampa reported that he saw the light of their fires on each side of the road 
on the previous night. Captain Jernigan further reported that he had raised 
a company in obedience to the instructions of the Governor, and that he 
would thoroughly examine the whole country, protect the frontier and assist 
in moving the Indians. On February 29th, 1852, Governor Brown wrote to 



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General B. Hopkins at Mellonville, Fla., as follows: "I find from the letters 
I have received, that there is great alarm and excitement among the people 
on the frontier on account of the movement of the Indians; if you think there 
is good cause for alarm and that the situation of the people on the frontier 
is insecure, you will organize, as provided by the general Militia Law by this 
State, a sufficient force for their protection, and take command of it, and 
such steps as may be required for its assistance, and appoint such Staff Offi- 
cers as the necessity of the case may demand." General Hopkins made a 
personal investigation and organized on March the 2nd, the company with 
Aaron Jernigan, Captain. As soon as the organization was completed Gen- 
eral Hopkins began active operation, and soon discovered the Indians in the 
neighborhood of Lake Harney and other points nearly one hundred and fifty 
miles north of where the Indians should have been. Soon after taking the field 
he captured several ndians, some of which were sent West. From envelop- 
ments it was evident that the prompt action of Governor Brown awed the 
Indians into pursuing at least a quiet policy. The operation of this com- 
pany extended through the summer and into the winter of 1852. While there 
was comparatively little danger in the service it was extremely arduous and 
very disagreeable, much of the country in which they operated being under 
water several inches during the whole summer months and they frequently 
found themselves without supplies for either men or horses. On the 13th 
of December, 1852, the operations of General Hopkins had so much allayed 
the apprehensions of the people of the frontier that they felt comparatively 
safe and the company for the time was disbanded, or to use the language of 
General Hopkins, "furloughed without rations." 

Muster Roll of Captain Aaron Jernigan's Company, General Hopkin's Division Florida Troops. 



MUSTERED 



OFFICERS. 

Major Gen. commanding — 

Benjamin Hopkins 

Colonel and Adj. Gen. — 

Oscar Hart 

Lt. Col. and Q. M. Gen.— 

Arthur Ginn 

Lt. Col. and Aid de Camp — 

Thomas W. Jones 

John L. Hopkins 

Surgeon — 

Algernon S. Spear 

1st Lt. and Asst. Commissary 

John R. Hogans 

Captain — 

Aaron Jernigan 

1st Lieutenant — 

Isaac Jernigan 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Needham Yates 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Andrews, William 

Ashley, Hiram A 

Butler, Thomas H 

Byrd, Jesse 

Byrant, Demsey 

Byrd, Wiley 

Cooper, I sham 

Crews, B. M 

Curry, Jones 

Darling, John 

Davis, William J 

Dupree, Erastus 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



March 2, '52 
May 3, ' 
April 23, '52 



March 2, 
June 2, 



March 2, '52 

March 2, '52 

March 2, '52 

March 2, '52 

March 2, '52 

Aug. 15, '52 

May 3, '52 

May 3, '52 

June 27, '52 

July 4, '52 

Sept. 12, '52 

July 4, '52 

March 2, '52 

May 3, '52 

April 20, '52 

April 26, '52 

July 4, '52 



July 26, '52 

June '52 

June 2, '52 

Dec. 13, '52 



March 28, '52 
March 28, '52 



REMARKS. 



Killed at Fort Mellon June 1, '52. 



Resigned Nov. 16, at Fort Mellon. 



July 26, '52 
Sept. 5, '52 



Promoted to 3rd Sergeant May 16, '52. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



II 



Muster Roll of Captain Aaron Jernigan's Company, General Hopkin's Division Florida Troops. 

(Continued,) 



Dupree, Jesse 

Faulkner, Benjamin 

Freeman, Wilson 

Gardiner, John H 

Goode, Henry B 

Goodbread, James 

Gore, Daniel L 

Greene, James E 

Grouard, George M 

Harvey, James A 

Higginbotham, Caleb. ... 
Higginbotham, Joseph. 

Hogans, George W 

Houston, John C 

Hudson, Samuel 

Hughey, George 

Hughey, John 

Hunter, William 

Jernigan, Aaron, Jr 
ernigan, Elias 

Johns, William W 

Kain, Dempsey, Jr 

Kersh, Joseph 

King, George 

Lee, David B 

Manuel, Asa 

Marsh, Reuben 

Moody, David 

Murphy, Thomas 

Nevin, Patrick 

Nix, James P 

Norton, Louis 

O'Berry, Wesley 

O'Steen, H. E 

Patrick, John B 

Penton, Thomas 

Potter, Constant 

Rialls, Aaron 

Rowe, William 

Scott, Thomas 

Silcox, David 

Smart, James M 

Sparkman, Daniel G 

Sparkman, Alfred 

Thompson, David 

Towle, Patrick H 

Turner, David 

Turner, Joseph 

Williams, Dock 

Williams Randall 

Winegord, Isaac 



MUSTERED 



July 4, 
Nov. 6, 
May 3, 
April 18, 
May 3, 
March 2, 
Oct. 20, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
May 6, 
July 4, 
March 2, 
Nov. 1, 
April 27, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
May 3, 
May 3, 
May 3, 
July 4, 
March 2, 
Sept. 19, 
May 26, 
May 3, 
March 2, 
June 7, 
July 4, 
June 5, 
Sept. 5, 
June 1 , 
March 2, 
May 3, 
June 5, 
May 3, 
April 18, 
April 27, 
April 18, 
April 18, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 25, 
March 2, 
March 2, 
April 18, 
March 2, 
May 3, 
Nov. 17, 
April 17, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Sept. 6, '52 
Sept. 5, '52 
Aug. 2, '52 
March 28, '52 



March 28, '52 
June 2, '52 
Sept. 30, '52 
Sept. 6, '52 
Sept. 21, '52 
Sept. 5, '52 



May 22, '52 



Sept. 5, '52 
Sept. 6, '52 
Aug. 2, '52 



Dec. 12, '52 
Oct. 6, '52 



July 26, '52 
Nov. 30, '52 



July 26, '52 



July 26, '52 



Sept. 5, '52 

Nov. 16, '52 

July 26, '52 

Nov. 30, '52 



May 26, '52 



Dec. 13, '52 



Sept. 16, '52 



Promoted 2nd Sergeant. 
2nd Sergeant. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant, vice Towle, discharged. 



May 10, '52 



Died at Fort Mellon Sept. 22, '52. 



Accidentally killed March 18, '52. 
1st Sergeant. 



Indian War of 1854-55. 

During the years 1853 and a part of 1854 the Indians had been compara- 
tively quiet, so quiet in fact that no apprehension was felt by either the mili- 
tary or citizens. Lieutenant HartsefT, under orders from Colonel Harvey 
Brown, left Ft. Myers on the 9th of December, 1855, to examine the country 
southeast of Lake Okeechebee and near the Big Cypress. He had visited 
Forts Simon Drum and Shackelford, both of which he found burned but saw 
no signs of hostilities; meeting in fact, only one Indian and a boy driving 
hogs from Fort Drum. He went one day's march toward Billystown and, 
camping on a pine island covered with saw palmetto and about three miles 
from Billystown, employed two days (18-19) examining the country; visiting 
Billystown and several villages, but seeing no Indians and not the slightest 
evidence that any during the summer had been there. All the paths even 
were overgrown. He ordered his party to prepare for an early start for Fort 
Myers Thursday, De:. 20, 1855. The Lieutenant and his escort, two non- 



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commissioned officers, eight mounted privates and two footmen with two six- 
mule teams, were almost ready to take up the line of march at daybreak, 
when they were attacked by a body of Indians, estimated from 25 to 40, dis- 
tanced only from fifteen to twenty yards and concealed behind the trees. 
The result of this fight was 4 killed, 4 wounded and 3 escaped; Lieutenant 
Hartseff was himself desperately wounded and did not reach Fort Simon 
Drum, a distance of only one day's march, until Sunday afternoon. Shortly 
after this the Indians attacked the residence of Doctor Bradden on Manatee 
River. Immediately upon receipt of information of the attack on Lieutenant 
Hartseff, Governor Broome ordered Captain William B. Hooker to the front, 
and in quick succession followed the companies of F. M. Durrance, W. H. 
Kendrick, Abner D. Johnson, Leroy C. Lesley, A. J. T. Wright, Asa Stewart, 
Robert Youngblood, Enoch Daniel, W. B. Hardee, Alexander Bell, Thomas 
Hewett, Edward T. Kendrick, John Addison, John Parker, John McNeill, S. 
L. Sparkman, R. B. Sullivan, Hansfords D. Dyches, Aaron Jernigan, James 
O. Devall. No rolls were furnished to the companies of Dyches, Jernigan or 
Devall. These companies rendered excellent service and, if left to their own 
devices and unhampered by instructions from Washington, would un- 
doubtedly have moved the Indians from Florida. 

Roll Field and Staff Officers Indian War 1855. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Colonel — 

M. Whit Smith 

First Lieutenant and Surgeon — 

Gilbert L. Key 

John B. Eichelberger 

John H. Peck 

Elisha Carter 

George W. Price 

Franklin Branch 

Columbus R. Alexander 

Robert L. Kendrick 

1st Lieut., A. 0- M. and Corny. — 

Samuel E. Hope 

2nd Lieut., A. Q. M., and Com'y- 

Joseph M. Taylor 

Asst. Quartermaster — 

Edward R. Ives 

Sergt., Co. Q. M., and Com'y. — 

Francis B. Hagan..' 

Quartermaster's Clerk — 

Rich rd N. Jeffereys 

Wagon Master — 

Perry G. Wall 



Dec. 

I Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 



'55 Jan. 13, '58 
'55!Jan. 13, '58 
'55]jan. 13, '58 



'55 Jan. 13, '58 
'55!jan. 13, '58 



William B. Hooker's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS'. 


Captain — 


Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 


3, 
3, 
3, 
3, 

3 


'56 
'56 

'56 

'56 
'56 




This Company was mustered out of the State 


1st Lieutenant — 




service and into the service of the United 
States Feb. 21, 1856, at Fort Meade, Fla. 


2nd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 













SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



13 



William B. Hooker's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



Alderman, Michael.* •■•■ Jan. 

Alderman, Mitchel Jan. 

Alderman, William Jan. 

Braning, David Jan. 

Barber, William W Jan. 

Burnett. Matthew Jan. 

Brown, Henry Jan. 

Canova, Andrew Jan. 

Cathron, Aaron C : Jan. 

Campbell, William L Jan. 

Carlton, Isaac Jan. 

Collins, William A Jan. 

Driggers, Mat hew Jan. 

Diingers, Jacob Jan. 

English, Eli Jan. 

Gillet, Daniel Jan. 

Gillet, Daniel K Jan. 

Gillet, David W r Jan. 

Greene, Jas. D Jan. 

Guillev, William Jan. 

Guilley, Nathan Jan. 

Guy, Benjamin Jan. 

Guv, William B Jan. 

Hall, William Jan. 

Hendry, George W Jan. 

Hendrv, George W, Jr Jan. 

Hendry, Albert J Jan. 

Henderson, Robert Jan. 

Hilliard, Benjamin Jan. 

Hilliard, Benjamin, Jr Jan. 

Hooker, John J Jan. 

Hooker. William J Jan. 

Hooker, Stephen P Jan. 

Hollingsworth, William R Jan. 

Hollingsworth, John H Jan. 

Howard, Seth Jan. 

Ivey, Francis A Jan. 

Ivey, William I Jan. 

Jones, Lucertes Jan. 

Langford, Henry Jan. 

Lanier, Lewis Jan. 

McLeod, Daniel J Jan. 

McLeod, John Jan. 

McLeod, William Jan. 

McCullough, William Jan. 

McDonald, John Jan. 

McMullen, James P Jan. 

Moore, Joseph Jan. 

Main, David Jan. 

Moody, Benjamin Jan. 

Moody, James A Jan. 

Moodv, William B Jan. 

O'Neill, John Jan. 

Orr, Henrv B Jan. 

Parker, William Jan. 

Pelham, Richard Jan. 

Piatt, John Jan- 

Piatt, Lewis B Jan. 

Piatt, William C Jan. 

Raulerson, Jacob R Jan. 

Riggs, John W Jan. 

Riggs, Joshua D. C Jan. 

Russell, David Jan. 

Simmons, William Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Singletary, Simpson 

Skipper, John L 

Sloan, Daniel 

Sloan, Alford 

Sloan, Joseph 

Sloan, Owen 

Smith, Renney J 

Stalling.*, William W 
Summerall, Thomas. 

Thomas, James H 

Tyson, George 

Underbill, John 

Underhill, William- 
Waters, Isaac 

Weeks, John 

Wilson, James T J an 

Whiddon, Bennett Jan 

Whidden, James. Jr Jan 

Whidden, John IJ» n 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



3, '56 

3, '56 
3, '56 
:;, '56 
:;. '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
:;, '56 
3, '51; 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, 56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 
3, '56 



3, 


T,i; 


3, 


'56 


3, 


'56 


3, 


'56 


3, 


-56 


3, 


'56 


3, 


'56 


3, 


'56 



Corporal. 



Farrier and blacksmith. 



Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



Bugler. 



Wounded at the Fillee plaee, June 14, 1856. 

Sergeant. 



Killed at Tille's place, June 14, '56. 



Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Wounded at Peace River, June 14, '56. 



Bugler, 
Corporal, 



14 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



William B. Hooker's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(CONTINTED.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Jan. 3. '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 
Jan. 3, '56 




































Whidden, William J 


















Crane, Henry A 







Durrance's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Dec. 

Dec. 
Aug. 

Dec. 


29. 

29, 

27, 

29, 


'55 

'55 
'56 

'55 


'57 


Edward F. Kendrick raised a company and 
mustered service Aug. 29, '56. 

Killed at the Tillis Place, June 14, 1856. 

4th Sergeant. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Peace River, June 16, 1856. 

Wounded at the Tillis Place, June 14, 1856. 

2nd Sergeant. 
Bugler. 

1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 




1st Lieutenant — 


was 


Willoughby Tillis 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


'57 

'56 
'57 

'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 
'57 




2nd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Dec. 


29, 
29, 
27, 
27, 
27, 
27 
27 
29. 
29, 
27 
27 
29, 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
27 
27 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 

29 
29 

29 
29 

29 
29 
27 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
27 
27 
27 
27 
29 
29 
29 
27 
29 


'55 
'55 
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Durrance's Company, Seminole War 01^1856. 

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Howell, George 

Howell, John 

Howell, Joseph 

Kenady, James H 

McClelland, Jesse 

McClelland, Erastus W. 

McClelland, Maxfield 

McClelland, Moses A 

McClelland, Silas, Sr 

McClelland, William 

McClelland, William E.. 

McDonald, Nelson 

Mansfield, George 

Mansfield, William H.... 

McCormick, Thomas 

Payne, Cyrus D 

Piatt, Berrien 

Piatt, Peter 

Prine, Robert F. F 

Pollard, Wyley D. K 

Rauls, Christopher C 

Raulerson, Jackson 

Raulerson, John 

Raulerson, John B 

Raulerson, Raburn 

Roberts, James 

Scott, Charles H 

Seward, Felix J 

Seward, Henry S 

Seward, Walter B 

Seward, Zachariah 

Shepard, Isaac 

Shepard, William W 

Sistrunk, Henry 

Starling, Levi 

Stephens, James A 

Summerall, Joseph 

Thomas, John 

Thomas, Lewis 

Tillis, Dempsey 

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Townsend, Lorenzo D... 

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Tvre, John 

Tyre, Thomas L 

Tucker, John E 

Underhill, Joseph 

Underhill, Thomas 

Varnes, Federick 

Varn, Josiah 

Varn, William 

Waring, Francis H 

Watters, Isaac 

Weissboad, Herman 

Whidden, Bennett, Jr... 

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Whidden, James L 

Whidden, John 

Whidden, Lott 

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Bugler. 

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Wounded at Peace River, June 16, 1856. 
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Kendrick's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William H. Kendrick 
1 st Lieutenant — 

Francis M. Durrance. 

Nathaniel M. Moody. 
2nd Lieutenant — 

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Kendrick's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

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Morgan, Mizell 

ENLISTED MEN 

Allen, William E 

Barco, Thomas 

Barnes, Caleb 

Barnes. James F 

Bates, George W 

Bates, James M 

Bates, John M 

Bates, Robert J 

Bird. Jackson 

Bissett, George 

Boyett, Anderson 

Boyett. Edward 

Boyett, James A 

Bo vet t, John 

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Branch, Charles L 

Branch, Samuel E. I 

Branch, William T 

Brown. James L 

Buek, Richard W 

Carter. Jesse W 

Chapman, Nathaniel T 

Coleman, John 

Davis, William H 

Douglass, Daniel R 

Dugger, James J 

Garrison, William M 

Gobrick, Peter 

Godwin, Jacob 

Green, John C 

Hagan, Francis B 

Hall. Stephen D 

Halliday. Edward E 

Ham, Alonzo 

Hammock, .Samuel 

Harrell, Edward E 

Harrell, John W 

Hand , James-H 

Harris, Joseph 

Harn, Henry J 

Ham, Henry, Jr 

Hawthorn, Kedar 

Hawthorn. Washington L 

Hutchinson, James E 

Jackson, James W 

Jackson, Thomas B 

Jackson, William S 

Jones, Mathew E 

Kersey, Libourn 

Kyle. Christopher H 

Lanier, Isaac 

Leggett, Benjamin 

McMinn, C larles I 

Marsh, James I 

Mathews, William H 

Mobley, Ramson 

Moody, Enoch M 

Morris, James E 

Nettles, Isaac 

O'Neill, Seaborn C 

O'Neill, William D 

Osborn, David 

Overstreet, William R 

Phelps, Enoch B 

Phelps, Joseph I 

Piatt, John B 

Piatt, Joshua A 

Pinkston, Daniel W 

Powell, George M 

Prevatt, Seth S 

Rivers, Sylvester 

Ryols, Daniel C 

Sharp, Charles W 

Smith, Andrew J 

Smith, John 

Smith, William 

Stafford, George 

Stafford, William 

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Sylvester, Eli 



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17 



Kendrick's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 
(Continued.) 




MUSTERED 

OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Sumner, Jesse C 

Thigpen, William H 

Thomas, James M 

Thomas, William 

Tucker, Alonzo 

Tucker, Edward D 

Tucker, Lewis M 

Tucker, Pleasant 

Tucker, Thomas R 

Tucker, William W 

Tyner, Jackson 

Tyner, Jordan < 

Tyner, Wilson 

Thompson, William I 

Tucker, Jesse H 

Tucker. Joseph M 

Wamsley, Lewis W 

Watson, William I 

Weeks. Andrew J 

Weeks, Lieorge W 

Weeks. Silas 

Wells. Jacob 

Wills, Israel I 

Williams, Abraham F 

Williams, Irwin I 

Williams, James M 

Williams. Judge E 

Williams, Robert H 

Wilkinson, Malcolm H 

Wilson. John 

Wingate. Richard 



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Johnston's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 




MUSTERED 
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Crawford, Emanuel 

Crews, Edward F 

Crum, Harmon 

Crum, James B 

Daniel, Moses 

Dickson, John S 

Duncan, Daniel 

Evans, Charles 

Fassie, James C 

Fussell, Arnold B 

Fussell, Jesse C 

Fussell, William 

Gant, Jason 

Gant, John B 

Golden, Darling 

Griffin, Francis 

Godwin, Seaborn 

Hanley, Well 

Harchey, Wells 

Hart, Christopher C 

Hart, William B 

Hays, George F 

Hays, Robert 

Hays, William J 

Hutchinson, David 

Hutchinson, Lewis 

Jernigan, Aaron, Jr 

Jernigan, Moses 

Johnston, John W 

Jones, David 

Jones, James 

Jones, James W 

Jones, Watkins 

Key, William 

Lamar, John H 

Lea, Calvin J 

Lewis, Charles W 

Lewis, Littleton R 

Lockerly, Irvin 

Logan, Thomas L 

Logan, William 

McCought, Austin 

McNair, James S 

McNair John E 

Marsay, John J 

Massey, John 

Matchett, Jacob 

Matchett, John W 

Meritt, Josiah 

Meritt, Paton 

Mills, George 

Mims, John L 

Mobley, George R 

Mobley, John 

Morgan, John A 

Murchey, James H 

Newberry, David J. W. 

Newberry, Hezekiah 

Odom, James P 

Pagett, William W 

Parker, William 

Parrish, Hiram 

Phelps. Joseph T 

Rains, Mathew 

Ross, Lorenzo D 

Rutherford, Austin G... 

Shiver. Daniel 

Sims, Benjamin F 

Sims, John S 

Sinclair, Alexander 

Skipper, John F 

Sloan, Alexander L 

Sloan, William W 

Stafford, William H 

Stanley, James W 

Stanley, Millard 

Stanley, Miller 

Stewman, Thomas H.... 
Swicord, Benjamin F... 

Swicord, Joseph 

Swicord. Michael 

Swicord, William 

Swicord, William F 

Thompson, Abner J 



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19 



Johnston's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
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Tillman, John B 

Tucker, Elijah H. H 

Wall. James G 

Wall, James S 

Weeks, Richard B. C 

Weeks, Stephen 

Weeks, Richard A. K. C 

Wells, Simeon H 

Whitman, Bryant 

Whitman, Jacob 

Whitman, Michael 

Williams, Alexander R.. 
Williams, Benjamin B.... 

Williams, Blaney 

Williams, William H 

Williams, Wilson C 

Wilson, Simeon 

Williamson, Crawford ... 

Wooley, Aaron 

Sylvester, William H 



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Lesley's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



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OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Leroy G. Lesley 

1st Lieutenant — 

Streaty Parker 

2nd Lieutenants — 

F. A. Hendry 

Henry A. Crane 

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Altman, Lewis 

Alderman, James 

Booth. Richard 

Blount, Redding 

Blount, Redding R 

Blount, Nathan 

Blount, Jacob J 

Blount Owen 

Barton, John W 

Boney, David J. W 

Ballard, William C 

Clark, EliasD 

Clark, John J 

Campbell, William N 

Campbell, William L 

Caruthers, Freeman 

Carney, John 

Davidson. John 

Drew, Octavius 

Dyches, Wilson 

Eadv, Joseph 

Fuel. John E 

Ferguson, Francis 

Gunthers, John B 

Gay, James L 

Hague, Gideon 

Handcock, James F 

Handcock, Martin J 

Handcock, Jordan 

Holiday, Edward B 

Haygood, James D 

Hill Henry R 

Hickey, John E 

Hutchinson, Joseph 

Hogatv, James B 

Hambleton, George 

Johnson John 

Lesley, John T 

Lesley, Emory L 

Long, Lev'i 

Long, Nathaniel 

Long, Jarne? T 

Lockhart, Josl L , 

Lang, Oswald 



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Promoted to 1st Lieutenant and Quartermaster. 



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Farrier. 
Corporal. 



Bugler. 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Bugler. 



20 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Lesley's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMAR 


















Mizell, Enoch 
























Nob es, Alfred 








Newberry, Hiram 
















Ormond, Alexander W 








Paget, William W 








Price, George W 








Rogers, William P 








Rawls, James W 








Sherlev, Thomas 








Seward, Henry 8 
























Seward, Felix 








Seals, Cornelius 








Shepherd, Robert R 
















Vickers, John 








































Whidden, Noah 
















Willingharn, William H 








Willingham, William J 








Wiggins. Andrew 








Wiggins, James R 








Williams. William H 








White. David 
















Whitehurst, John 








Whitehurst, Robert T 








Mitchell, Thomas 








Harris, Samuel S 









Wright's Company, Seminole War 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


.OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. J. T. Wrisht 






Corporal. 

Corporal. 
Farrier. 

Sergeant. 

Corpora ,1 
Corporal. 




1 st Lieutenants — 
F. Raulerson 








A. B. Bexlev 








2nd Lieutenant — 
W T . J. Mickler 








ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford. J. B. L 








Blackshear. C. S 








Biglow, R. J.... 
















Brown, B. I 
















Brown, J. L 








Bryan, William P 
















Benton, David 
































Charles, R. H 








Cannon, James 














































% 














Griffis, William H 








' 




Herbert, George S 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



21 



Wright's Company, Seminole War 1856. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 

























































































































































Miller, John 
























.Martin, A. H 






Sergeant. 


Miller, John 
























McClure, John C 
























Roberts R. L 








Rewis, R. D 
















































Smith, Henry T 






Promoted to Captain 


Slaughter, C. L 








































Smith, James W. W 
























Turner, C. C .• 








Tucker, Elijah R 








Tompkins, I. W. M 














1st Sergeant. Promoted! 1st Lieutenant. 








Corporal. ? 


Tison, William 0.... 






Corporal. Promoted to Sergeant. 


Wright, Levi 
















"flilkerson, D. P 








































Tompkins, J. W. M 






























Sergeant. 


Wright, L. M. G 






Bugler. 



McNeil's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REM^t ..S. 


OFFICERS 

Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN 

















































22 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



McNeil's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Bankwright, Hilliard P 








Bankwright, Wade E 








Brown, William 






Corporal. 


Colding, Samuel B 






Colding, James 








Cray, Scott W 
















Garrison, William M 








Hart, William 






Sergeant. 


Hancock, Henry 














Hope, Samuel E 
























Johnson, William M 
















Johnson, Jesse M 








McNeil, John, Jr 








Mizel, Joshua, Jr 








McNatt John B 








McGeachv, Alex. P 








Osborn, Robert E 








Pearce, Samuel I 
















Wiggins, Richard C 








Wells, Jacob 
















Whitehurst, Levi S 









Stewart's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MI'HTKM» 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN 








Arnold, F. D 
























































Byrd, William 








Bynum, C. F 








































Bush, William 
























































Cobb, N. S 
























Duke, D. L ... 








Duke, G. F .. 








Ellis, Thomas C... 






































: ■ ' 


Gillet, J. J. . 






• i 








5 


Hires, D. 






























: , . ? 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



23 



Stewart's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










































































Lea, G. W 








































Medlin, W. R ' 
































McCaskell, P. H 














Farrier. 


Nichols, R. G 






















• 










Phelps, I. P 






















































Sergeant. 


















Sistrunk, H. K 
































Sistrunk, D. M. .. 








































































































Tucker, E. R... 






1st Sergeant. 


Tucker, William J 






Bugler. 


Willis, Joseph J 








West, Elijah... 
































Wall, William W 








Wall, David H 








Whitehurst, D. S 

































Robert Youngblood's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 



OFFICERS. 

ist Lieutenant — 

Robert Youngblood 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Asa Clark, Jr 

ENLISTED MEN 

Adkins, John W 

Adams, John 

Buck, Richard 

Byrd, Berry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Sergeant. 



24 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Robert Youngblood's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Barry, W. F 








Bridges, S. M 






































Corporal. 








































































Johns. Levi M. C 
































Kilbrew, J. C 






























• 


Martin, James H 








Morrison, R 








Page. James L 








Parker, Richard W 














Corporal. 








Shepherd, F 








Schlaird, Henry 
















Tyner, A. I 
























Thomas, Ezekiel 








Thomas, James M 
















Williamson, William R 








Wimble, James 






Corporal. 



Enoch Daniel's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Lieutenant — 

Enoeh Daniels 








ENLISTED MEN 

Brown, Jeremiah 








Cowden, S 








Daniels, James G 








Daniels, James W 








Daniels, Lewis 








Gore, "William 














Hudson, Samuel, Jr 






Hudson. Samuel, Sr 








Hudson, Garrett 








Hudson, James 








Hogans, E. D 








Hogans, Jessup .... 








Hogans, Stephens 








Hill, William A... 








Hatcher, John R 








Kirkland, O. P. H 








Lane, Benjamin 








Moonev, Alfred 








Morrison, Hugh 








Newsom, Jasper 








Nobles, Saunders 
















Starlin, James 








Smith, Benjamin 








Smith, Aaron 








Smith. Hamilton 








Smith, James H 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



25 



Enoch Daniel's Detachment, Seminole War of 185 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Smith. William P.. 

Smith, W. F 

Stapleton, F 

Walker. L. F 

Walker, L. A 

Wilkerson, Lewis... 
Wilkinson, Joseph... 
Wilkinson. Willis ... 

Worthington, G 

Worthington, S 

Watterson, Robert. 



Hardee's Detachment, Seminole War of 1856. 



nAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 






Sergeant. 


ENLISTED MEN. 








Cason, W. 

























Hall, N 
































Most. J 

































Bell's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Alexander Bell 

1st Lieutenant — 

John V. Stewart 

2nd Lieutenant — 

A. W. Miller 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, M. P 

Black, Alfred 

Callahan, William 

Callahan, James P 

Callahan, Samuel 

Cason, Noah 

Cason, William 

Crooms, George P 

Carter, Jaeob 

Cason, William 

Cooner James H 

Doliff, Abner 

Da vis , Jaeob 

Ellis, Sevin J 

Foster, W. N 

Foster, James D 

Forbes, R. B 

Ferguson, Thoraas 

Frierson, J. D 

Gill Francis H 

Hatch, William 

Hatch, Silas 

Hatch, Isaac 

Hatch, Paul 

Hasbrouch, D. C 

Hamilton, J. C 

Henderson, H. F 

Hurst, Archibald 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



1st Sergeant 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



26 



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Bell's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Hagan, Patrick 

Howell, William 

Hines, Rufus 

Keith, James H 

Kelly, H. G. W 

Kelly, Willey, 

Lamb, Theodore 

Lamb, Mitchell 

Lemacks, William... 

Lee, J. T 

Lee, Jesse 

Mannin, Israel 

Morrow, David 

Miller, M.... 

Poucher, Simeon 

Register, Mitchell 

Rooks, James 

Ross, Francis B 

Suggs, Noah P 

Suggs, Thomas 

Threete, James A 

Tillman, George W.. 
Tillman, Mathew D. 

Watts, Richard.. 

Walker, Benjamin... 

Wilson, Robert 

Whitefield, J. J 

Whitehurst, B 



Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Hughey's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — . 




Corporal. 
Corporal. 

Corporal. 

1st Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 

Corporal. 




1st Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN 


































Barnes, J. W 1 












Corsey, G. W 






Clyde, E. W ' 


















Duke, N. B 






Ellis, John P 
















Hughes, H. C 








Hull, B. F 








Hull, Thomas 
































Hughey, B. H 
































Mason, J. W 
















Randolph, R. E 
























White, W. A. . 








Wright, Thomas C 




1 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Edward T. Kendrick's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



27 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


• OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Edward T. Kendrick 




Jan. 13, '58 

Jan. 13, '58 

Jan. 13, '58 

Jan. 13, '58 
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Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 


Bugler. 
Bugler. 
Corporal. 

2nd Sergeant. 




1st Lieutenant — 






2nd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN 












Brookes, William T 


















Bassett, John F 






















































Hicks. Richard T. 




Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13 '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 




Hall, Jesse 


















Herndon, U. C 


































Jan. 13, '58 










Jan. 13, '58 








Jan. 13, "58 
Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 




























Jan. 13, '58 


Corporal. 

1st Sergeant. 

•Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Sergeant. 
Farrier. 








Jan. 13, '58 








Jan. 13 '58 
Jan. 13 '58 














Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
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Jan. 13, '58 
Jan. 13, '58 
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Jan. 13, '58 
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Jan. 13, '58 








iJan. 13, '58 
iJan. 13, '58 
IJan. 13, '58 
IJan. 13, '58 
'Jan. 13. '58 




Walker, Ezekiel 

Weeden. Frederick 

Woodman, Ambrose 


:;: 





NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 




REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

1st Lieutenant — 






Corporal. 

Bugler. 

Farrier. 




2nd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 


- 






















































































28 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Cole, Richard B 

Collins, George W 

Conliff, James 

Crawford, Christopher Q. 

Craig, John 

Dugger, Isaac L 

G (name illegible) 

Gawero, Michael 

Gibson, Jesse G 

Gilley William T 

Glazier Ezekiel 

(Hazier James A 

Goddard, Isa A 

Garpet Rodolphus 

Harrison, William H 

Hawkins Daniel L 

Hunter, Nathaniel P 

Johnston, William H 

Johnston, Levin P 

Kennedy, George R 

Johnston, Joshua M 

Lee, Edmund 

Marr, Edmund 

McLean, John 

McNeil, Archibald 

Mirick. John C 

McMillan, Daniel 

Matsker. George 

Oglesby, Benjamin 

Oglesby, George W 

Peterson, Christian 

Peterson, Henry 

Rawles Colten B 

Rawles, William A. L 

Snell. Hampton V 

Smith. Isaiah 

Redd, Isaac A 

Redd, David D 

Townsend, Darien N 

Vanderipe, James 

Vanderipe, William H 

Weaver. Albert 

Williams. James G 

Woodruff, Joseph 

Wyatt, William H 

Wvall. German H 

Whitaker, Wlliam H 



Sergeant. 



1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Parker's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John Parker 

1st Lieutenant — 


Oct. 8. '56 

Oct. 8, '56 

Oct. S, '56 

Oct. 8, '56 
Oct. 8, '56 
Oct- 8, '56 
Oct. 8, '56 
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Oct. 8, '56 
Oct. 8, '56 


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Dec. 15, '56 
Dec. 15, '56 
Dec. 15. '56 
Dec. 15. '56 
Dec. 15. '56 
Dec. 15, '56 
Dec. 15. '56 


• 


2nd Lieutenant — 




ENLISTED MEN 






Bugler. 




































Farrier 


























Gaeero. Michael 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



29 



Parker's Company, Seminole War of 1856. 

(CONTTXUED.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Gilley William T 

Gibson, Jesse 

Garbet, Rodolph 

Goddard. Asa 

Green, James B 

Glazier, Ezekiel 

Glazier, James 

Hawkins, Daniel 

Harrison. William H 

Hewit, Edward G 

Hooker, Stephen 

Johnson, William H 

Johnson, Levin P 

Lee, Edmund 

Marr, Edward 

Mink, John C 

McLean, John L 

Oglesby, Benjamin 

Oglesby, George 

Piatt, William C 

Piatt, Lewis B 

Piatt, John 

Porter, James A. 

Rawls, William A. L 

Raulerson, William 

Red, David D 

Smith Isaih 

Tison , George 

Townsend, David 

Tucker, George 

Vanderipe, James 

Vanderipe, William 

Williams, Joseph H 

Williams, James D 

Willingham, William 

Wiilingham, William H 

Wilkinson Neil T 

Woodruff, Joseph 

Wyatt, William H 



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1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Roll of Captain R. B. Sullivant, Indian War of 1855. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 




REMARKS. 


OFFICERS 

Captain — 

R, B. Sullivant 


Sept. 6, '56 

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1st Sergeant, 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant, 

Sergeant. 

1st Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 




1st Lieutenant — 




2nd Lieutenant — 




ENLISTED MEN. 




Philips, H. S 












Billingslev, E. F 




Bird. William 








Booth, William 




Deklo, D. F 




















































Davis, E. J 

















30 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll of Captain R. B. Sullivant, Indian War of 1855. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 


MUSTERED 




N. 




OUT. 


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Sears, John 

Noles, Jackson 

Youngblood, Isaiah .. 

Nobles, I. T 

Cain, Dempsey 

Sehan, S. E 

Oberry, W. C 

Ashley, Edward W. 
McCrancy, Nathan. ... 

Booth, James 

Branning, William H 

Chancey, Samuel 

Johnson, W. W 

Sullivant, B. W 

Billingsley , James 

Clark, John 

Hagans, David 

Brookersen, Joseph ... 

Stanley, William 

Gibbons, James S 

Tawls, George 

Jones, James 

Roberts, R. B 

Shedd, W. W 

Curry, Z. J 

Taylor, Alfred 

Bennett, Hiram 

Bennett, Willie 

Philips. A. J 

Wilkerson, Bryant 

Polk, Zackariah 

Green, James A 

Varns, Jacob H 

Mercer, John 

Davis, Andrew 

Philips, John 

McColanhan, Henry 

Hampton, Robert 

Sparkman, Lewellin. 



Roll of Captain S. L. Sparkman's Company, 1855. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

S. L. Sparkman 

ENLISTED MEN 

Majors, O. P 

McKinney, A. J 

Gainey, Richard 

Simmes, Abram 

Carney. William 

Flint, Martin 

Rowe, A. J 

Mather 

Harris, Joseph M 

Sparkman, M. K 

Ruching, W. W 

Neeley, W. L 

Smith, W. W 

Simmons, George 

Piatt, Peter 

McClelland, G 

Hawkins, John W 

Fritch, John M 

Simmons, Marshall 

Franklin, George 

Dees, Henry 

Collins, John 

Campbell. W. J 

Bryant, J. C 

Bryant, F. M 

Smith, George W 

Lanier, H. M 

Blocker, William M 

Frier, Henry 

Well. Samuel A 



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Roll of Captain S. L. Sparkman's Company, 1855. 
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Sylvester, Henry 

Robertson, A. B 

Peirce, T. C 

Hollingsworth, S. T 

Buffum, R. V 

Hollingsworth, Stephen. 
Hollingsworth, Timothy 

Zebenden, C 

Rogers, Samuel J 

Collins, Hardy 

Lanier. R. H 

Rushing, W. T 



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PART n 



Jtlorida in the 2l/ar 
uJetween the States 

I86/-/865 



Florida in the War between the States, 



With the causes that led up to the war and the convention that took 
Florida out of the Union, this record has nothing to do, but it may with pro- 
priety mention some facts precedent to the organization of the various com- 
panies and regiments that served during the War Between the States. 

In January 1861, the United States occupied, on the Appalachicola river 
the arsenal at Chattachoochee, where a small quantity of arms and munitions 
of war were stored; on Pensacola Bay, the Navy Yard, Fort Barrancas with 
forty pieces of artillery, the Fort Barrancas barracks, where there was a bat- 
tery of field artillery, Fort McRae with 125 pieces of artillery, Fort Pickens 
with 201 heavy guns; on Amelia Island, the uncompleted work, Fort Clinch; 
at St. Augustine, Fort Marion with 6 field batteries, and at the extreme south 
Fort Taylor and the barracks at Key West and on Garden Key, one of the Dry 
Tortugas, the stupendous but uncompleted work, Fort Jefferson, covering 
thirteen and one-half acres, and designed to mount 300 guns, which it had 
been the special ambition of Jefferson Davis, as Secretary of War and Senator, 
to make the commanding fortress of the Gulf. 

On January 5, 1861, Senator Yulee wrote from Washington to Joseph 
Finnegan, "The immediate important thing to be do e is the occupation^of 
the forts and arsenals in Florida . . . the "naval station and forts at Pensa- 
cola being first in importance." This was the policy pursued in all the South- 
ern States on the ground that the works had been constructed by the public 
money of the United States for the defense of each State, so that the State, 
when leaving the Union, had a better title to the property than any one else. 
Self defense was a further justification. In every case promises were offered 
to account for the property taken, in the final and general settlement with the 
United States. 

Pensacola at once became the point in Florida upon which the attention 
of both North and South were most anxiously concentrated. At the forts 
near this city was apparently to be decided the question whether the National 
Government would or would not submit peacefully to the secession of Florida. 
In this uncertain condition the commanding officer, fearing a clash of arms, 
abandoned the main and the Navy Yard and took refuge in Fort Pickens. 

Lieut. Adam J. Slemmer, in the absence of his captain, John H. Winder, 
who afterward became a general in the Confederate army, had command of 
the company of United States artillery stationed at Pensacola Bay. The 
Navy Yard and the vessels in the bay, the war steamer Wyandotte and the 
store-ship Supply were under the orders of Commodore Armstrong, Com- 
mander Ebenezer Farrand, afterward an officer in the Confederate navy, being 
second in command. The 70 ordinary sulors and 48 marines at the Navy 



36 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Yard were under command of Capt. Joseph Watson. Old Fort Barrancas 
and Fort McRae, eac 1 powerful works as against attacks from water, were not 
designed to resist an assault from the rear, and any attempt to defend them 
or the Navy Yard from such an assault would have been futile and inviting 
the immediate destruction of the Navy Yard. On January 8, i85i, Lieu- 
tenant Slemmer began the removal of powder from the Spanish fort to Fort 
Barrancas; that night a party of citizens who were reconnoitering were warned 
off by a shot from Fort Barrancas. On January 10 Slemmer abandoned the 
mainland, spiked the guns at Fort Barrancas, destroyed over 20,000 pounds 
of powder at Fort McRae and transferred his men to Fort Pickens on Santa 
Rosa Island, where he h d a secure stronghold, though his force was inade- 
uate to properly garrison it. 

Military companies from Alabama were alreadj r arriving at Pensacola to 
assist Florida in taking possession of the Navy Yard and defensive works. 
These Alabama volunteers were under the command of Colonel Tennant C. 
Lomax, a Mexican War veteran. Chief in command at Pensacola was the 
appointee of the Florida State Convention, Major-General William H. Chase, 
a native of Massachusetts, and officer of the United States army from 1819 
to 1856, who during his official connection with the United States army had 
superintended the construction of Fort Taylor and the defenses of Pensacola 
Bay. After his resignation from the rmy iti 1856 he became a resident of 
Pensacola and President of Alabama & Florida Railroad Company. 

Among the Florida troops on duty at that time were the Pensacola Rifle 
Rangers, commanded by Capt. E. A. Perry, an officer destined to serve with 
distinctio 1 both in th? military and civil history of Florida, and the Santa 
Rosa Guards, organized at Milton, Fla., under command of Capt. William 
Harrison. The Rifle Rangers became Company A of the 2nd Florida Infantry, 
and served in the Army of Northern Virginia. The Santa Rosa Guards were 
disbanded after about three months' service and its members joined other 
commands. O.i January 12, 1861, Colonel Lomax, with the Florida and 
Alabama troops, seven companies, numbering 700 men, marched to the Navy 
Yard, and halted at the East Gate. Leaving his men he, with Gene al Chase's 
aides, Col. R. L. Campbell, Captain Randolph, late of the United States 
army, Captain Farrand, la e of the United States Navy, and two Alabama 
officers, Marks and Burroughs, proceeded to the office of Commodore Arm- 
strong, where in the name of Governor M. S. Perry he dem 1 ded the surrender 
of the Navy Yard and stores. To this demand Armstrong announced that 
he would relinquis his authority to the representative of the sovereignty of 
Florida. 

The flag of the United States was immediately hauled down and the flag 
of the State raised in its place. The marine-; remaining in the barracks were 
at one ; paroled and allowed to go North on the store-ship Supply. 

Lieutenant Slemmer determined to hold Fort Pickens and deel ned to 
admit that the Governors of Florida and Alabama had any authority to demand 
his surrender. General Chase made the second demand, which was 
refused; later on a third attempt was made to induce the Lieutenant to aban- 
don his position, but without success. On the mainland was assembled a 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 37 

force of volunteers ample to make the assault, and had not the Florida Senators 
and other leaders in Washington, including Senator Jefferson Davis, tele- 
graphed advice that no blood be shed, the first battle of the war would have 
been fought on Santa Rosa Island in January 1861. 

While these events were transpiring at Pensacola two companies of volun- 
teer infantry, one under A. Perry Amaker of Leon county, and the other under 
James Patton Anderson of Jefferson county, had marched from Tallahassee 
to St. Marks, to take passage for Pensacola to engage in the proposed attack 
on Fort Pickens. When that attack was abandoned these troops returned 
to their respective stations to be called within three months to the arsenal 
at Chattahoochee, where they became a part of the 1st Florida Regiment. 

At the same time that the Navy Yard was occupied the Florida militia, 
under orders of Governor Perry, occupied Fort Clinch on Amelia Island, and 
on January 7, 1861, Old Fort Marion and the arsenal at St. Augustine were 
seized by the same authority, and Fort Marion soon put in condition for de- 
fense by an artillery company under Captain Gibbs, another volunteer or- 
ganization. At the time these seizures of the United States fortifications 
and arsenals were made, it was not known that war would result from the act 
of secession. In all the posts surrendered, there was only a nominal guard 
and no attempts at resistance were made. On the St. Johns river defensive 
works were begun, and batteries erected to command and protect the bar; 
this work was done by the Jacksonville Light Infantry, under command of 
Capt. Holmes Steele and by the citizens of the section. 

About January 20, Fort Jefferson on Garden Key was re-enforced b\ T the 
United States authority. While their troops were disembarking, the steamer 
Galveston, of New Orleans, approached with a Confederate force on board, 
evidently intending to take possession, but seeing it was too late put about 
and disappeared. 

Forts Taylor, Jefferson and Pickens with the islands commanded by them, 
and Fortress Monroe in Virginia, were the only places in the South that con- 
tinued under the stars and stripes during the entire period of the war. From 
Key West re-enforcements were sent to Fort Pickens in the later part of Jan- 
uary, but through the interposition of Senator Mallory, and upon the pledge 
of General Chase that hostilities would be commenced, the artillery-men were 
not landed. Mallory yet hoped that amicable adjustment might be made 
by which the South would be permitted to leave the Union peacefully. A 
cannon shot would rouse the people to arms from the Lakes to the Gulf and 
defeat the efforts to compromise the differences between the sections. 

A state of war actually existed in Florida three months before the fall of 
Fort Sumter; the truce of Pensacola Bay was an armed and watchful one. 
On March 11, 1861, General Braxton Bragg arrived in Pensacola and assumed 
command of all the Confederate forces; by his direction the construction of 
land batteries was immediately resumed. 

It is unfortunate that so little remains in the custody of the State of the 
records of the tarly organization of troops by the State authority. It is sup- 
posed that most of these records were destroyed by some one at the Capitol 
before it was occupied by the Federals in 1865 to prevent any incriminating 



38 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

evidence falling into their hands that might be used in case of prosecution 
for "treason/' of which there was much talk; this however is merely suppo- 
sition. From what was left it would appear that these records were lost or 
destroyed during the re-construction period. 

It is known that the militia organization of the State was soon broken up, 
the men belonging to it volunteering for Confederate State service and the 
message of Governor Milton, after he went into office in the year 1861, shows 
that he viewed this proceeding with sincere regret. It was his ambition to 
create an army for "the independent nation of Florida/' and while assisting 
the Confederacy to the limit of his ability, reserved the right of Florida to 
maintain an army of her own. Said the Governor in his special message in 
November 1861, "volunteering has broken up the militia," and "the service 
was disorganized by individuals organizing volunteers under the authority of 
the Secretary of War, a power inconsistent with the rights of a free, sovereign 
and independent State." The men who enlisted, however, were anxious only 
about the probability of receiving orders to go to the front, and whenever 
this appeared unlikely they resigned or broke up their companies and enlisted 
in those most likely to receive orders to go immediately to the front. 

The first regiment organized was known as the 1st Florida Infantry. It 
was composed of two companies from Leon, two companies from Alachua 
and one each from Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Gadsden, Jefferson and Es- 
cambia counties. These companies, with the exception of Company K (Pen- 
sacola Guards) , which was from Escambia county, rendezvoused at Chattahoo- 
chee arsenal where they went into Camp of Instruction. There, on April 5, 
1 86 1, the regiment was mustered into the military service of the Confederate 
States for twelve months, and was organized by the election of Capt. James 
Patton Anderson, of Jefferson county, Colonel; William K. Beard, of Leon 
county, as Lieutenant-Colonel, and Thadeus MacDonell, of Alachua county, 
as Major. Upon the completion of the organization of the regiment it was 
ordered to Pensacola where it arrived April 12, 1861, and was there joined 
by Company K. Like all regiments mustered in in the early days of 1861, it 
enlisted for twelve months and served almost its entire term in Pensacola 
and in that vicinity. 

On October 8, 1861, General Bragg planned an attack on the Federal 
camps on Santa Rosa Island. The immediate command of this expedition 
was entrusted to Gen. Richard Henry Anderson, of South Carolina, an old 
army officer. Anderson's subordinate commanders were: James R. Chal- 
mers with 350 Mississipians and Alabamians; Col. James Patton Anderson, 
with 400 men, and John K. Jackson with 250 Georgians. In addition to 
these there was one independent company from Georgia and one arti lery 
company. The troops landed on Santa Rosa Island at 2 o'clock on the morn- 
ing of October 9, 1861; surprised the camp of New York Zouaves, who were 
quickly driven out at the point of the bayonet and their camp and buildings 
adjacent thereto set on fire. Finding it impossible to inflict further damage 
on the Federals General Anderson ordered a retreat. Twenty prisoners were 
taken by the Confederates, among them was Maj. Israel Bodges. The Fed- 
eral loss was 14 killed and 36 wounded. Confederate loss 28 killed, 39 wounded 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 39 

and 30 captured. Of this number the 1st Regiment lost 6 killed, 8 wounded 
and 12 captured. Killed, Capt. Richard Bradford, of Company F; Sergt. 
W. R. Routh; Privates Henry A. Tillinghast and John Hale, of Company A; 
Privates Lewis F. Thompson and Smith, of Company B; wounded, Corporal 
Lanier and Privates James Ecles, of Company B; William McCorckle, Philip 
L. Simms and William Denham, of Company A; James Hicks and Amos 
Sharitt, of Company B; Peter O'Neal, of Company C. Captured, Lieuts. 
F. M. Farley, of Company E; S. Y. Finley, of Company C, and Parker. 

In March 1862, the 1st Regiment was ordered to Corinth, Miss., to join 
General Bragg's army. The regiment got as far as Montgomery when their 
term of enlistment expired and they were mustered out April 6, 1862. But 
four companies were formed immediately from the ranks of the 1st as follows: 
Company A, Capt. W. G. Poole (Poole was 2nd Lieutenant in Company D, 
1st Florida); Company D, Capt. A. Denham (Denham was 1st Lieutenant 
in Company I); Company E, 1st Lieut. John E. Miller, commanding (former- 
ly a 3rd Lieutenant in Company K, 1st Florida). These four companies 
were formed into a battalion, of which Maj. T. A. MacDonnell took command. 
The battalion did gallant service at Shiloh, receiving complimentary mention 
in general orders and were accorded the right to inscribe th? name of the 
battle on their flag. An old battle flag of the Western Army, now preserved 
at the Capitol at Tallahassee, bears the inscription, " First and Third Florida, 
Shiloh and Perryville." Major MacDonnell was wounded and disabled in the 
opening of the battle. Capt. T. Sumter Means was wounded, captured and 
later resigned. Capt. W. C. Bird was also wounded in this battle, and Laurie 
Anderson, battalion adjutant, was killed. Lieut. -Col. W. K. Beard, on Gen- 
eral Bragg's staff, was wounded in the arm. After the battle of Shiloh, in 
which the Floridians lost 2 officers and 14 men killed, 7 officers and 51 men 
wounded, two companies from Louisiana, known as B and C, were added to 
the battalion making a battalion of six companies and Maj. Franklin H. Clarke 
assigned to the command with the following Field and Staff: 2nd Lieut. 
A. Robert Pollard, Adjutant; — . — . Frome, Assistant Surgeon; 1st Lieut. 
Monheimer, Assistant Quartermaster; J. P. Butler, Sergeant Major; 
F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Louis Hyer, Commissary Sergeant; 
— . — . Austin, Ordinance Sergeant, and Daniel R. Monroe, Hospital Steward. 
In May 1862, Clarke was promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; W. G. TPoole, pro- 
moted Major; Pollard, 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant; Forme, Surgeon; Mon- 
heimer, Assistant Quartermaster, was dropped from the roll by order of the 
War Department; Thomas D. Wolfe, appointed Sergeant-Major (John P. 
Butler, Sergeant-Major, appointed April 2^, 1862, returned to his company 
(C) May 31, 1862); F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Daniel R. Monroe, 
Hospital Steward; Louis M. Brisbin and John Snider, Company C; Felix 
Segiane and Samuel McGill, Company B, and John Callen, Company A, Mu- 
sicians. On July 5th Major MacDonnell returned to his command, reported 
for duty and by order of General Bragg relieved Lieutenant Clarke. 
In July 1862, Major Miller reached Chattanooga with six companies from 
Florida, and the Florida and Confederate Guards Response Battalion was 
dis olved, the two companies from Louisiana going to the Crescent Regiment 



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and the 5th Company of Washington Artillery. The four Florida companies 
were joined by the six companies under Major Miller and the 1st Florida was 
re-formed under command of William Miller, who was promoted Colonel; 
T. A. MacDonnell promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, and G. A. Ball, Major. In 
August, 1862, the 3rd Florida Regiment reached Chattanooga and with the 
1st Florida, 3rd Louisian , and the 41st Mississippi were formed into a bri- 
gade and placed under command of Brig.-Gen. John C. Brown, Maj.-Gen. 
Patton Anderson's Division. In this brigade the 1st took part in the Ken- 
tucky campaign. On their return to Chattanooga on December 13, 1862, the 
1st and 3rd was so decimated that they were united, and were afterward 
known as the 1st and 3rd Regiments consolidated. The 3rd, forming the 
right wing, and the 1st, the left wing of the regiment. The consolidated regi- 
ment was under the command of Col. William Miller, who was shortly pro- 
moted to Brigadier-General and ordered to Florida. The 1st and 3rd Regi- 
ment consolidated participated in all the great battles of the Western Army 
and in every engagement won honors for the State whose colors it carried. 

It is seriously to be regretted that a more detailed account of the career 
of this Regiment cannot be given at this time. In the revised addition which 
it is hoped will follow this work an effort will be made to tell the whole story 
of the gallant men who fought under the flags of the 1st and 3rd Florida Regi- 
ments. 

Old Guards, Mounted Rangers — Captain James H. Breaker. 

The Old Guards were mustered into the service of the State by Captain 
Joseph M. Taylor March 29th 1862. After three months service they were 
mustered out under General Order No. IX, by Captain Joseph M. Taylor at 
Brookville, Florida. 



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OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

James H. Breaker March 29, '62 

ist Lieutenant — 

M. C. Peterson March 29, '62 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Darlin March 29, 

Allen, John B March 29, 

Andreas, Jackson L March 29, 

Baker, John F March 29, 

Baker, Thadeus L March 29, 

Bassett, John March 29, 

Bayer, Nathan March 29, 

Boyet, John March 29, 

Burnham, A. G March 29, 

Cray, William R March 29, 

Crughton, John P March 29, 

Ederington, Francis H March 29, 

Ellis, Thomas E March 29, 

Elverton, Goodman P March 29, 

Frierson, Aaron T March 29, 

Frierson, William L March 29, 

Gerard, Jacob A March 29, 

Harrell, Edward M March 29, 

Harrell, John E : March 29, 

Hayman, James March 29, 

Hill, Chesly D jMarch 29, 

Hope, Henry March 29, 

Hope, William 'March 29, 

Hunt, William J March 29, 

Jackson, Thomas B March 29, 

Junp, Thomas J March 29, 



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Old Guards, Mounted Rangers — Captain James H. Breaker. 

(Continued.) 



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Kersy, Liborn 

Law, Joshua B 

McNeil, John 

Mayo, Anderson 

Mayo, Washington T.... 

Mein, William H 

Miokler, Jacob B 

Mizell, Joshua 

Mizell, Morgan 

Mundon, Allen B 

O'Neil, Cotton B 

Osman, Robert C 

Parnell, Gillis 

Pearce, Samuel I 

Pinkston, James T 

Pinkston, Thomas G. B 

Seals, Cornelius 

Smith, William S 

Strange, Peter 

Sykes, Frederick 

Thomas, Spencer T 

Thompson, J 

Townsend, John 

Tucker, Elijah H 

Wall Perry G 



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Milton Artillery — Captain George C. Acosta. 

A roll of artillery company, recorded as the Milton Artillery, organized 
for the defense of the St. Johns River and Jacksonville. There is nothing to 
show when this Company entered the service, how long it remained in service 
or where or what that service was. The names of a few of the members of 
this Company are to be found in the I ith Regiment. Evidently the Company 
was organized early in ths War and was dissolved, after possibly a few weeks 
organization, and its members enlisted in other commands. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

George C. Acosta 

1st Lieutenant — 

John Thomas 

2nd Lieutenant — 

John Price 

3rd Lieutenant — 

John Price, Jr 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, George W 

Allen, WilliamS 

Andrew, John C 

Bigelow, E 

Bigelow, L. B 

Calweil, George 

Campbell, Wesley 

Capella, Laurence 

Cole, William 

Cottie, Reuben 

Firnhendorf, Bernch 

Games, Joseph 

Gilchrist, George 

Gillen, William J 

Grishaim, Ephriam 

Grotley, John 

Hammon, Elias 

Hammon, Semore 

Hammon, William 

Hammon, William B 

Hartley, Gabriel 

Hartley, Joseph 

Hartley, William 



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Re-enlisted, Co. D, 11th Regiment. 

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Milton Artillery — Captain George C. Acosta. 

(Continued.) 



MCSTERED 



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Hopkins, G. W 

Jerika, Henry 

Joiner, Elbert S 

Jones, Mitchell... 

Lag, James 

Low, Archibald 

Mason, Charles J 

McDowell, John C 

McGregor, Patrick 

Mclntire, R. W 

O'Neal, Henry „ 

Ortegas, Ignedis 

Ortegas, John 

Petty, George 

Petty, George, Jr 

Phillips, Robert 

Pickett, H 

Roberts, Andrew J 

Roberts, F. M 

Roberts, I sain 

Roberts, Josiah, Jr 

Roberts, J. M 

Roberts, Washington. 

Songer, Henry C 

Santo, Joseph 

Scott, Edward 

Serdy, Julius 

Sittlebery, John 

Stone, Charles 

Sutty, John 

Tanner, Joseph 

Thebout, Bartolo 

Turner, C. T 

Vinzant, James 

Whitaker, James 

Wilford, Lewis 

Wingett, Joel B 

Wingett, John D 

Worley, George 



Re-enlisted Co. D, 11th Regiment. 
Re-enlisted, Co. D, 11th Regiment. 



Taylor Eagles — Captain John M. Hendry. 

This Company was called into the service of the State bj T the Governor 
on the 28th day of October, 1861, but the record does not show who mustered, 
to what command it was attached or where it served. The ages given show 
that the men were all within the military age except five, who were sixteen 
and seventeen years of age. 



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REMARKS. 


OFFICEBS. 

Captain — 

J. M. Hendry 


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1st Lieutenant — 

William H. SAvnr 




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2nd Lieutenant — . 

J. H. Baker 




3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 












Blanton, A 






Blanton, J. B 




' • 






' ' 








Carlton, T. A 










"• 


Duncan, A. J 










-• 


Flinn, S. B 






Harrell. W. H 










~ 



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43 



Taylor Eagles — Captain John M. Hendry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 




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MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Hendry, J. W 

Hendry, R. W 

Howren, A. C 

Howren, J. B 

Jackson, James O.. 

Lanier, Bird 

Lewis, John 

McCaU, B. F 

McMullen, D. J 

McMullen, E. H 

Morgan, J. N 

Newborne, William 

O'Neal, C. C 

O'Quinn, J. R 

Robertson, W. E.... 

Rowell, David 

Sharpe, C. W 

Sloane, Malachi 

Sloane, W. R 

Starling, Alfred 

Taylor, William B.. 

White, S. R 

Woods, F. M 

Woods, John 

Woods, T. J., Jr 

Zipperor, J. A 

Zipperor, S. G 

Zipperor, T. E 



Bartow Cavalry— Captain John W. Brady. 

This Company was raised under an order from Governor John Milton, 
dated October nth, 1861, and was ordered attached to the 1st Cavalry Regi- 
ment, Florida State Troops, Colonel John Bradford commanding. The mus- 
tering was done by John W. Brady and James L. Winter, at Jacksonville, 
Fla., October 14th, 1861, but there i> nothing to show where the Company 
served or when it was mustered out of service. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John W. Brady 

1st Lieutenant — 

James L. Winter 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Charles C. Hanford 

3rd Lieutenant — 

S. I. Robinson 

ENLISTED MEN 

Atkinson, William 

Bacon, John G 

Bacon, Sylvesta 

Barbee, Joseph A 

Bigelow, E 

Bigelow, Lucius 

Brown, E 

Brown, Hen 

Burney, M 

Burnham, William 

Byrne, John 

Dacosta, John B 

Cannon, David M 

Carmichael, J 

Cox, Hatch 

Fawcett, J 

Flynn, Charles M 

Gardner, George 

Gardner, Isaac 

Gardner, John 

Geiger, John 

Goodspead, C 



MUSTERED 



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Bartow Cavalry — Captain John W. Brady. 

(Continued.) 



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MUSTERED 
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Gordon, William M... 

Grace, Major C...„ 

Gunn, S. W 

Hagin, John 

Hagins, Joseph R 

Hall, William J 

Hartley, Benjamin... 

Hartley, Frank 

Hartley, George 

Hartley, Redwick 

Hirsch, G 

Hogan, Reuben 

Holmes. Alexander... 

Houston, L 

Hudnall, James 

Hudnall, Samuel 

Hudwell, Francis, Jr 

Hughes, Reuben 

Hurlburt, James 

Jaudon, Klias, Jr 

Jaudon, Henry 

Jaudon, William 

Kernan, Thomas 

LaCourse, Joseph 

Lorricy, John 

Low, Columbia 

McFall, Charles 

McGraw, Robert 

Matess, Theodore 

Aiills, J. L 

Miller, Nathaniel W. 

Miranda, Thomas 

Peterson, Archibald.. 

Plunk, Michael 

Puty, George, Jr 

Richardson, James... 

Roberts, Joseph 

Rouse, Ansel 

Shadd, JohnD 

Sidberg, John D 

Silcox, Wade 

Silcox, Isaac 

Sparkman, Alfred 

Sparkman, Luke 

Sparkman , William . . 

Spiers, William 

Sweat, Alfred J 

Turknett, James 

Turknett, Lawrence. 

Waldon, Robert 

Weedman, Bernard.. 

Weedman, Phillip 

Wheaton, T. J 

Whitaker, Jacob 

Wilden, John D 

Wilford, Lewis 



Florida Cavalry — Captain M. F. Irvin. 



Under orders of Brigadier General W. E. Anderson, commanding Western 
Brigade of Florida Militia, issued October 2nd, 1862, this Company was mus- 
tered into service on the 3rd day of October, and remained in service until 
the nth, when they were regularly mustered out by the Captain command- 
ing. The Captain reported that his company was not unifoimed, that he 
and his officers were duly commissioned by the State; he also reported as a 
part of his company equipment two teamsters, two wagons, four mules and 
one servant. 



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Florida Cavalry — Captain M. F. Irvin. 
(Continued.) 



officers. 
Captain — 

John M. F. Irwin 

i st Lieutenant — 

H. K. Garrett 

and Lieutenant — 

Elijah A. Martin 

3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN 

Anderson, John B 

Anthony, L. M 

Bellamy, B. A 

Bryan, Ham G 

Burke, C. C 

Butler, M. A 

Coker, James P 

Dekle, T. G. H 

Dickson, James W 

Dickson, William F 

Edwards, John W 

Gannon, John W 

Glover, Ben P 

Godwin, Thomas A 

Harvey, Charles E 

Harvey, John L 

Harvey, William H 

Hinson, Joseph B 

Irwin, Sam S 

Killgore, A. W 

Land, James C 

Logan, William H 

Minchin, N. S 

Morgan, N. M. A 

Nichol, Joseph J 

Prather, Thomas F 

Scott, Andrew 



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1st Corporal. 
Surgeon. 

2nd Corporal. 
Sergeant. 



2nd Sergeant. 
1st Sergeant 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 
Cornet. 



Jackson Black Hawk Cavalry — Captain A. B. Hamilton. 



This Company formed a part of the 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, Florida 
Volunteer Militia, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C. James, was 
called into the service of the State by Governor Milton on the 19th day of 
October, 1861, for a term of six months unless sooner discharged. The Mus- 
tering Officer, C. M. Harris, certified to the correctness of the roll, the condi- 
tion of their horses and equipments and their acceptance into the service of 
the State for the term specified. 



officer6. 

Captain — 

A. B. Hamilton 

1st Lieutenant — 

Z. S. Fenn 

2nd Lieutenant — 

H. M. Pace 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Phelix Grimsley 

ENLISTED MEN 

Armstead, George 

Bazzett, Charles E 

Carpenter, Henry 

Carpenter, William 

Corbit, Nicholas 

Cowan, James 

Daniels, William 

Davis, Martin 

Dickson. Columbus 

Dykes, J. H 



MUSTERED 



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MUSTERED 
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Jackson Black Hawk Cavalry — Captain A. B. Hamilton. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Dykes, Moses 


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Edwards, John G 






Hare, Harrison 






Hatcher, James 












Jackson, L. Berry 






Johnson, Gasaway 






Jones, James T 












Jones, W. M 






Kemp, Calhoun 






Kidd, Robert 






Kittleband, John 






Lander, Charles D 






Lanier, Anthony 






Lapo, Giles 




1st Sergeant. 


Lupo, James 




Lupo, John 












McDonald, William.... 




2nd Sergeant. 


Malloy, S. P 




Masburn, L. Q 




3rd Sergeant. 


Mayo, Jasper 




Mercer, W. T., 






Perkins, William 






Phillips, William A 






Sexton, Ambrose 












Sexton, Seth R 






Shelfer, Levi 






Simpson, Augustus 






Simpson, William D 






Sneed, Anderson 






Webster, James 






Williams, James B 






Williams, Newton J 




1st Corporal. 






Witherspoon, Robert H 






Wood, R 




4th Sergeant. 


Wood, Warren L 




Wright, W 




3rd Corporal. Promoted Sergeant. 


Yon, Martin 





Dixie Blues— Captain R. M. Scarborough. 

The Dixie Blues were mustered into the State's service in 1861. There 
is nothing to show how long they served or where their services were rendered. 
It is evident that the duration of service was not very long, because members 
of this Company were found enrolled in regiments formed early in 1862. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

R. M. Scarborough 








1st Lieutenant — 

John Rogers 








2nd Lieutenant — 

Cornelius Rogers 








enlisted MEN. 
Atkinson, R. J 








Bagget, J. W 








Barr, James A 








Borven, James 








Bryant, George W 








Bryant, James 








Butler, M. G 








Campbell, M. M 








Clark, William 








Collins, Benjamin 








Coonrod, P. T 








Edenfield, C. W 








Edenfield, Elias J 






Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



47 



Dixie Blues — Captain R. M. Scarborough. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Edgerton, William C... 

Edwards, Hill 

Evans, Julius 

Everitt, Henry 

Farr, Titus , 

Faircloth, M 

Fletcher, Joseph C , 

Garner, R 

Glenn, 0. S 

Goodson, J 

Goodson, L 

Goodson, M 

Grice, H 

Hawkins, J. J 

Hitcher, Joseph 

Johnson, Neil 

Junkins, J 

Keen, Thomas 

Keen, W. R 

Kenedy, J. T. H 

Kirkland, S. H 

Kirkland, W. J 

McAliley, Samuel 

McCoy, John 

McDonald, Daniel 

McDonald, James A 

McDougald, J. H 

McJunkin, J 

McMillan, Archibald 

McPhaul, Archie 

McPhaul, C. C 

McPhaul, Hamilton 

McPhaul, John 

McVicker, Alexander... 

Miller, James M 

Morgan, T. A 

Morgan, W. W 

Nixon, James J 

Padgett, J. W 

Richards, John 

Richards, W. N 

Rowan, James 

Sadler, James 

Sadler, John 

Sanders, John D 

Sealey, J. J 

Shepard, W. H 

Silas, John 

Simpson, John 

Smith, James 

Spear, Thomas B 

Strange, B. F 

Strange, Samuel 

Strange, Wiggins 

Suber, L. P 

Thomas, P. F. M 

Toler, B. S 

Toler, J. W 

Tomberlin, James 

Tomberlin, J. W 

Vanlandingham, John. 
Watford, M 



1st Corporal. 
Musician. 

Re-enlisted, Co. I, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 



4th Sergeant. | 



Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 



Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 

Clerk : Re-enlisted, Co. E, 6th Regiment March,'62. 
1st Sergeant. 



3rd Corporal. 

Re-enlisted, Co. B, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 

Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March ,'62. 



Musician. 

Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
2nd Sergeant. 



Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 



2nd Corporal. 



Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment; March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment, March, '62. 



3rd Sergeant. 



Aucilla Guards — Captain William Bailey, Jr. 



The Aucilla Guards were mustered into service November 28, 1861, by 
Captain William J. Bailey, Jr., commanding the Post of St. Marks. Upon 
the formation of the 5th Regiment, in March 1862, this Company was dis- 
solved and most of its members joined the 5th Regiment. 



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Aucilla Guards — Captain William Bailey, Jr. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William Bailey, Jr 


Nov. 
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Became Captain Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '61. 


ist Lieutenant — 

Joseph McCants 




2nd Lieutenant — 

J. S. Walker 






3rd Lieutenant — 

William S. Harris 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Atkinson, Craven. . 




Corporal. 


Atkinson, Jesse... 




Ayers, Ira 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 


Bazemore, Stephen 




Bishop, Elijah. . 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 


Bishop, Ely... 




Bishop, Hilary 




Brown, W. H .... 




Carroll, William J 










Crosbv, Paul 




Corporal. 


Crosby, Thomas 




Gill, B. L 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62; Pro- 


Gray, Asa 




Grubbs, S. G 






Holton, George.. . 






Huggins, Thomas 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. C, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted. Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 


Jenkins, Samuel 




Johns, J. M 




Johnson, S. W. . 




Jones, Joseph W. 




Kinsey, John 




Kinsey, Joseph 






Kinsey, William N 






Lynn, J. B 






Norris, William S 




Re-enlisted. Co. A, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 


Poppell, John 




Raysor, Alfred, Jr 




Raysor, E. H 




1st Corporal. 

2nd Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment; 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Sergeant. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 


Raysor, George 




Roosor, G. D 




Raysor, J. M 




Richardson, William M. 




Scott, Samuel 




Simmons, James 






Strickland, William. .., 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment. March, '62. 


Tuten, James 




Walker, Berry.... 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62' 
1st Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment. March. '62. 
Sergeant; re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Reg't March '62 


Walker, G. R 




Walker, James 




Walker, J. A 




Walker, John S 




Walker, Stephen J 






Wheeler, J. C 




Re-enlisted, Co. G, 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. G. 5th Regiment, March, '62. 
2nd Corporal. 


Wheeler, J. H 




Whidden, W. R 




Whitehurst, Burrel . 


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Whitehurst, M. S 






Whitehurst, Perry... 






Williams, Arons 







Florida Volunteer Coast Guards — Captain Henry Mulrenan. 

This Company was organized and called into the State of Florida by 
Special Order No. 2, issued from the Adjutant General's office, Tallahassee, 
November 27th, 1861. They were mustered by Henry Mulrenan, Captain 
commanding, no station or term of service is stated. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Henry Mulrenan 

ist Lieutenant — 

Walter C. Maloney. 



Nov. 27, '61 
Nov. 27, '61 



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Florida Voluntere Coast Guards — Captain Henry Mulrenan. 

(Continued,) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


2nd Lieutenant — 

Robert B. Smith 


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Dec. 1, '61 








3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 




Seaman. 

Mate. 

Seaman . 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Mate. 












































iMate. 












Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Coxswain. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 










































































Seaman. 
Seaman . 
Seaman. 
Seaman. 
Seaman. 
Seaman . 
Seaman. 
Seaman. 
Seaman. 














































Miller, Charles 
















Coxswain 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 
























Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Coxswain. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 

Seaman. 






























































Seaman. 
Mate. 
Seaman. 
Seaman. 
















Williams, Peter 







Infantry Company — Captain James P. McMullen. 

Mustered into the service of the State of Florida on July 20th, 1861, to 
October 20th, 1861, by order of Brigadier General J. M. Taylor. This Com- 
pany was stationed at Clearwater Harbor, and at the expiration of their three 
months' service was mustered out and the men composing it joined other 
commands. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS 

Captain — 

James McMullen 

1st Lieutenant — 

G. W. Whitehurst.. 
2nd Lieutenant — 

Levi S. Wh tehurst 
3rd Lieutenant — 

A. .1 Youngblood.. 



July 20, '61 .Oct. 20, '61 ; 

July 20. '61 ! Oct. 20, '611 

July 20, '6l!Oct. 20. '61 

July 20, '6llOct. 20 '61 I 



50 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Infantry Company — Captain James P. McMullen. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Arnold, H. G 

Arnold, M. E 

Boothe, R 

Bowden, B. I 

Branch, John 

Branch, J. L 

Brownlow, B. E 

Brownlow, J. P 

Campbell, W. N 

Carlisle, J. S 

Clay, Adam 

Clay, W. S 

Collier W T 

Crawford, Jesse 

Crum, D. B 

Garrison, G. A 

Garrison, J. N 

Garrison, S. D 

Gaskins, Lewis 

Gaward, Frank R 

Griner, David 

Griner, M. P 

Hay, Abram 

Hay, J. R 

Hern, H. B 

Hill, R. Robert 

Holland, G. W 

Kittles, Lawrence 

Leavett, James 

McLead, Ferinand 

Marsh, M 

Mobley, W. L 

Moody, J. M 

Moody, N. M 

Papv, Charles 

Parker, W. P 

Patterson, Mart n 

Rogers, J. D 

Ross, T. D 

Smith, G. W 

Stevens, John 

Stephenson, S. H 

Swain, B. C 

Tillman, J. W 

Townsend, Elijah 

Tullis, J. A 

Turner, A. C 

Turner, D. B 

Washington, G. P 

White, W. B 

Whitehurst, B. D 

Whitehurst, J. S 

Whitehurst, M. E 

Whitehurst, Walton 

Youngblood, D. N 

Youngblood, S. S 



July 20 

Ju y 20 

July 20 

July 20 

July 20 

Julk 20 

July 20 

July 20 

July 20 

Juy 20 

July 20 

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Julv 20 

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Julv 20 

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Julv 20 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



'61 Oct. 
'61 Oct. 
'61:Oct. 
'6i;Oct. 
'61 Oct, 



Oct. 
Oct 
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2nd Sergeant. 
1st Corporal. 



Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 



1st Sergeant. 



2nd Corporal. 



Shellpoint Rangers — Captain A. C. Lang. 

There is nothing in the record to indicate when or where this Company 
was mustered in or by whom. Presumably it was sometime in 1 86 1. A total 
absence of any record of the Company subsequent to its recorded roll would 
indicate that it was one of the companies that was dissolved after a short ser- 
vice and whose members re-enlisted in other commands. This supposition 
is rather susta'ned by the fact of several names appearing on this roll appear 
latter on the roll of companies in Scott's battalion of cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. C. Lang 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Shellpoint Rangers — Captain A. C. Lang. 

(Continued.) 



51 



1st Lieutenant — 

William A. Giles 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Johnathan Watson 

3rd Lieutenant — 

John Eubanks 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Ange, Oden 

Andrews, Elijah 

Baker, Jacob 

Baker, John M 

Baker, Marhew 

Bell, James 

Bell, W. K 

Bracker, Andrew 

Bracker, John 

Braswell, Henry 

Braswell, Marida 

Coleman, John M 

Coleman, W. K 

Cone, D. W 

Danilson, James 

Eubanks, Hardee 

Fountain, Green 

Fountain, W. E 

Giles, James M 

Giles, William W 

Gwaltny, James F 

Hemby, J. T 

Johnston, I. W 

Johnston, L. T 

Johnston, William 

Johnston, Wylie 

Mathews, John 

Mathew, Steven W 

Maxwain, Charles 

Ogletree, Wylie 

Pelt, Durant 

Pervis, John N 

Porter, William R 

Richardson, A 

Roddenberry, Allen 

Roddenberry, George 

Roddenberry, Richard.... 

Smith, R. B 

Spears, William 

Spears, Zinmanon 

Stokely, J. B 

Stokely, John 

Tulley, A. P 

Tulley, G. W 

Tulley, William C 

Vickers, Stephen 

Watson, Henry 

Watson, James 

White, T. W 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Corporal. 
Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
Drummer. 
1st Sergeant. 



Fifer. 



2nd Corporal. 



2nd Sergeant. 



1st Corporal. 
Sergeant. 



-Coast Guards — Captain A. B. Noyes. 

This Company was mustered into Confederate service October 9, 1861, 
for a period of three months unless sooner discharged, and were to be stationed 
at St. Marks. There is no record as to who the mustering officer was; pre- 
sumably it was Captain Noyes. From the mustering note it would appear 
that they were not at once assigned to duty, because the note says " when 
called into Confederate service of the Confederate States." On the 10th of 
October, 1861, this Company was called into the service of the State. There 
is no record that it ever entered into the Confederate service as a company, 
nor is there any record of its discharge from service. 



52 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Coast Guards — Captain A. B. Noyes. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. B. Noyes 


Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 18, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 






ist Lieutenant — 

Charles W. Johnson 






2nd Lieutenant- 
Thomas W. Anderson.. 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Anderson, Henry 






Anderson, Rufus. 
Anderson, William H 






Ashley, J. Benjamin.... 






Barr, James M 


Oct. 15, '61 






Balliste, John... 






Benton, William N 


Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 






Blackwell, William 






Blitchington, William 






Blythe, Thomas 8.... 


Oct. 14, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 15, '61 
Oct. 20, '61 






Blythe, William... 






Brantley, H. A 






Brown, William C... 






Buford, J. N. C. 








Nov. 8, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 






Calahan, Charles 






Calahan, Thomas . 






Cannon, L. S.... 






Castillo, James 


Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 




Pilot. 


Comporet, John B 






Condellary, William 






Cox, James 


Oct. 10, '61 
Oct. 14, /61 






Curry, Joseph 






Davis, A. P.. 






Davis, Genis 


Oct. 10, '61 






Davis, George A. 






Davis, John 








Davis, Levi... 


Oct. 16, '61 






Day, Thomas W.. 






Dudley, James 


Oct. 20, '61 
Oct. , '61 
Oct. 13. '61 
Nov. 11, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 






Dudley, Milton 






Ellis, Nicholas A 






Ellis, William R. L.. 






Faircloth, Allen D 






Faircloth, John. 






Faircloth, Richard. 






Ferguson, George W 


Oct. 9, '61 






Franklin, Joseph 






Fuguay, Cornelius. ... 


Nov. 11, '61 






Fuguay, G. W 






Freet, Nicholas 








Ghano, Abram 


Oct. 18, '61 






Hall, H. P.. 






Hall, Oscar C . 


Nov. 6, '61 
Oct. 21, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 






Hamlin, George W 






Hance, John 






Haros, Sam 






Henderson, James M.. 






House, John ... 






Hughes, Henry 


Oct. 14, '61 
Oct. 15, '61 






Hutchinson, John L. T 






Kennedy, D. M 






Kinlock, James S... 


Oct. i5, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 






Langston, Jesse 






Lavco, John.. 






Lavill, Patrick T.. 


Oct. 13, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 9. '61 






Lee, E 






Lee, W. C. H. 




Boats wain 's'Mate. 


McKinnon, John 




McLain, John C 


Oct. 9, '61 






McLaren, John M 






Mariano, Joseph. 








Miller, Frank.. . 


Oct. 13, *61 
Oct. 15, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 






Minhard, Andrew 






Moore, Lewis C... 




Neil, J. Q 






Nicholas, Fred 


Oct. 10, '61 
Oct. 15, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 






Norton, William 






Parkinson, William.. 






Perkins, John H 






Ponse, Anthony 








Powell, William. 


Oct. 20, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 
Oct. 10. '61 






Preston, Thomas 






Purefy, Thomas 






Rawlins, J. T 








Remington, A. H.. . 




Seaman. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



53 



Coast Guards — Captain A. B. Noyes. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Roath, C. D 










Oct. 10 '61 














Oct. 20, '61 












Shinks, T. H 


Oct. 10, '61 












Shuler, David R 


Oct. 20, '61 
Oct. 10, '61 
Oct. 20, '61 


























Oct. 18, '61 
Oct. 20, *61 
Oct. 13, '61 


















West, G. O 


Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct, 20, '61 
Oct. 23, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 
Oct. 20, '61 
Oct. 9, '61 












Whitaker, William S 






Whitaker, W. W 












Wood, William F. . 












Warner, William 








Calhoun Rangers — Captain Angus McAllister. 

The Calhoun Rangers were reported for duty at Camp Milton, Apalach- 
icola, Florida, December 9th, 1861, in accordance with Special Order No. 
83. There is nothing about the roll to indicate the length of time this Com- 
pany served, but the names of a large number of the members are found on 
the rolls of Company H, 5th Infantry, and a few on the 6th, and several were 
members of Dunham's Artillery; thus showing conclusively that it could not 
have been in service more than three months. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


9. 

9, 

9, 

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9, 
9, 

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'61 

'61 

'61 

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'61 
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'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 






1st Lieutenant — 




2nd Lieutenant — 

J. V. B. McClendon 






ENLISTED MEN. 




























Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62. 








Burges, G. W 


















Clarke, William B 




2nd Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co, H, 5th Regiment 






'62. 








Dudley, A. C 




1st Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, 


Evans, W. L 




'62. 
Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment. '62. 


Foster, G. W 










1st Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment 






'62. 






Re-enlisted, Co. H. 5th Regiment, '62. 


Hagan, Henry D 




Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62. 








Hill, Francis A 
























Killer, John 







54 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Calhoun Rangers — Captain Angus McAlister. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 
Dec. 9, '61 






McClelland, John P 




























Re-enlisted, Co. F, 6th Regiment, '62. 












Re-enlisted, Co. G, 6th Regiment, '62. 






Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. A, 2nd Cavalry, '62. 


Richards, G. W 
























































Re-enlisted, Co. F, 6th Regiment, '62. 


















Re-enlisted, Co. H, 5th Regiment, '62. 



























Columbia Trapiers — Captain J. R. Francis. 

The Columbia Trapiers, Captain J. R. Francis, were called into the State 
service by Governor John Milton, January 1st, 1862. There is nothing any- 
where to show where this Company was organized, where stationed or what 
service it rendered. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 






1st Lieutenant — 
G. M. Cline 






2nd Lieutenant — 






3rd Lieutenant — 


Jan. 1, '62 

Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 






ENLISTED MEN. 




























• 


Brock, Eh 


































' 


Danill, G. W 






Davis, I. C 












Dupree, W. H 




■ 




















Haster, W. J 




1 








Hewett, J. W 












Moore, P. G 






Mosely, R. M 












Pratt, G. W 






Price, J. D 




. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



55 



Columbia Trapiers — Captain J. R. Francis. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MU8TERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 

m 




Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
Jan. 1, '62 






Reeve, G. S 






Reeve, G. W. 




1st Sergeant. 


















Reeves, W. R 
















« 














Smith, Beyamt W 












Sowell, I. W 










































Wandle, John E 






Williams, John 







Concordia Infantry — Captain Wilk. Call. 

The Concordia Infantry was mustered into the service of the State by 
Francis L. Dancy, Adjutant and Inspector General, for the term of twelve 
months, from the 4th day of September, 1861, unless sooner discharged. The 
names and number of these men are to be found in the 6th Regiment, in the 
1st Cavalry and in Scott's 5th Cavalry Battalion; as the 6th Regiment was 
organized in March, 1862, it is manifest that this Company must have been 
dissolved, after six months' service in the State. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Wilk. Call 

1st Lieutenant — 

Hugh Black 

2nd Lieutenant — 

W. H. Shelfer 

3rd Lieutenant — 

L. B. Timmons 

ENLISTED MEN 

Autman, James R 

Ball, Hart 

Benton, James 

Bunnells, G. W 

Burns, B. B 

Burns, Mack 

Burns, Seaborn 

Butler, Green B 

Butler, Jesse B 

Brady, Solomon 

Cannon, John 

Cannon, Thomas W 

Causseaux, Peter B 

Chasen, Thomas B 

Chester, F. I 

Chester, S. W 

Crosby, Henry A 

Darcy, Joseph A 

Elkins, Joseph W 

Ellenor, J. D 

Fain, F. W 

Ferrell, W. D 

Flowers, H. A 

Goza, William W 

Gray, George 



Sept. 4, 

Sept. 11, 

Sept. 4 

Sept. 4, 

Sept. 4, 

Sept. 4, 

Sept. 4, 



Sept. 17, 

Sept. 4, 

Sept. 17, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 14, 



Sept. 7, 

Sept. 7, 

Sept. 7, 

Sept. 14, 

Oct. 9, 

Oct. 9, 

Oct. 17, 



Re-enlisted,Co. A, 6th Regiment as 3rd Lieutenant. 
Re-enlisted, Co. D, Scott's Battalion. 
Re-enlisted, Co. B ; 6th Regiment as Corporal. 



Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment. 



Re-enlisted, 
Re-enlisted, 



Co. C, 6th Regiment. 
Co. A, 6th Regiment. 



Re-enlisted 
Re -enlisted 
Re-enlisted 
Re-enlisted 



Co. F, 1st Cavalry. 
Co. C, 6th Regiment. 
Co. C, 6th Regiment. 
Co. A, 6th Regiment. 



56 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Concordia Infantry— Captain Wilk Call. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Griffin, J. E 






Re-enlisted, Co. E, 6th Regiment. 


Hand, A. F 








Sept. 4, '62 
Sept. 4, '62 
Sept, 4, '62 
Sept. 16, '62 
















1st Corporal, Re-enlisted, Co. B, 6th Regiment. 
Sergeant; Re-enlisted, Co. G, 6th Regiment. 


Herring, C. S 






















Re-enlisted, Co. I, 2nd Cavalry. 










Sept. 4, '62 














Sept. 4, '62 




2nd Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co, C. 6th Regiment. 
















































Sept. 4, '62 




Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. B, 6th Regiment. 
Re-enlisted, Co. F, 1st Cavalry. 
Re-enlisted, Co. F, 1st Cavalry. 


















Mobley, B 






































Re-enlisted, Co. A, 6th Regiment. 


Rich, G. W 
















Oct. 9, '62 

Sept. 7, '62 












Scott, David W 






Shelfer, J. J 








Speer, H. L., Jr 








Spinks, William W 








Stokes, J. D 
























Ulmore, S. B 










Sept. 4, '62 












Wammock, William M 









Coast Guards — Captain James L. Miller's Company. 



Captain James L. Miller's Company of Coast Guards, at Crystal River, 
Fla., from the 27th of May, 1861, to August 21, 1861. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED i 

OUT. REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






1st Lieutenant — 

Obediah E. Edwards ' 






2nd Lieutenants — 






Jesse W. Allen 1 






Charles N. Buford 1 


















Early A. Allen 














Antonio A. Everett 








James W. Johns 








ENLISTED MEN. 
























Allen, William E 
















Bertiere, William 
















Decatur, A. J 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



57 



Coast Guards- 



Captain James L. Miller's Company. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Edwards, Daniel 

Everett, Joseph A... 

Garland, M. W 

Garrison, Isaac N.... 

Hodges, Joel 

Hill, Robert M 

Hodges, Andrew E. 

Hahn, Asher B 

Johns, Jehu P 

Johns, Lewis J 

Kelly, Henry 

Morton, Joel W 

Morton, William D. 

Mason, Calvin H 

Peterson, Peter 

Parsons, John 

Peterson, Henry 

Peterson, William... 
Patselago, Antonio. 

Paul, William H 

Peterson, Charles.... 

Riley, James O 

Willis, Richard 

Winn, Thomas S 

Johns, Henry M 



Mounted Volunteers — Lieutenant J. R. Durrance's Detachment. 

First Lieutenant J. R. Durrance's Detachment of Florida Mounted Vol- 
unteers; at Fort Meade, Florida, 14th of July, 1861, to August 27, 1861. 



OFFICERS. 

1st Lieutenants — 

John R. Durrarice 

William H. Mansfield... 
Berrien Piatt 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Altman, John 

Altman, Jesse 

Brown, William 

Durrance, William H 

Durrance, Jesse H 

Durrance, Joseph L 

Durrance, George S 

Durrance, F. M :.... 

Ellis. Andrew J 

Kendrick, E. T 

Hodgess, William P 

Hollingsworth, T 

Scott, Charles H 

Williams, Lewellen 

Smith, James D 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Coast Guards — Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment. 

First Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment, Coast Guards, 
called into service by Brigadier General Jos. M. Taylor, the 13th of Jury, 1861, 
to September 13, 1861. 



OFFICERS. 

1st Lieutenant — 

Michael L. Shannahan. 

SEAMEN. 

Bishop, Samuel 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



58 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Coast Guards — Lieutenant Michael L. Shannahan's Detachment. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTEBED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Jamerson, Daniel... 

Kelly, Thomas 

Guillion, Joseph 

Morrison, John 

Smith, James 

Taylor, John A 

Turner, Richard B. 



Coast Guards — Lieutenant Able Merander's Detachment. 

Second Lieutenant Able Merander's Detachment, Coast Guards, called 
into service by Brigadier General Jos. M. Taylor, July 14, 1861, to September 
5, 1861 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERE* 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


S2 OFFICERS. 

2nd Lieutenant — 








SEAMEN. ) 

























































Roll, Field and Staff— 1st Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Colonels — 

J. Patton Anderson. 

William Miller 

Lieutenant-Colonels — 

William K. Beard 



April 
April 



Thadeus A. McDonald 

Majors — 

Thadeus A. McDonald April 

W. G. Poole April 

Glover A. Ball April 

Surgeons — 

C B. Gamble (April 



P. W. B. Hodges.. 
Assistant Surgeons — 

Adjutants — 

W. M. Davidson 



Laurence Anderson... 

James H. Nicholson. 
Sergeant Majors — 

G. A. Ball 

Quartermaster — 



Commissary — 
Quartermaster Sergeants- 
Commissary Sergeants — 

Robert R. Shepard 

Chaplains — 



Hospital Steward — 



April 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 5, '61 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, '61 



April 26, '61 
April 26, '65 



Promoted Brigadier-General and Major-General. 
Promoted Brigadier-General August 2, '64. 

Transferred to staff of General Hardee; wounded 

at Shiloh, April 6, '62. 
Promoted Lt.-Col.; wounded at Shiloh, April 6, '62. 

Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Wounded and disabled at Perryville. 



Promoted Chief Surgeon, 1st Brigade (Anderson). 

-1 1 

Returned to his Company, G, of which he took 
command; Promoted Captain, transferred to 
Staff Patton Anderson. 

Killed at Shiloh, April 6, '62. 

Promoted Major. 



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59 



Roll Company A — ist Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MU8TERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. Perry Amaker 

W. G. Poole 

ist Lieutenants — 

Lawrence M. Anderson. 

Hugh Archer 

W. B. Runyan 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Theodore Ball 

W. H. Collier 

James B. Galbrath 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Ashley, Ludwick 



Beech, M. A 

Bond, Thomas R 

Bradford, Edward, Jr.. 

Britten, J. W 

Bull, M. A 

Callin, John 

Campbell, William. C... 

Cemparet, John 

Coleman, Crittendon J. 

Cooper, William P 

Corbitt, George C 

Demilly, L. L....V 

Denham, A. J 

Denhani, William G 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 5, 
April 5, 
April 5, 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

June 1 

June 

June 

June 

Jan. 



April 



April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 



Eccles, James Jan. 

Elles, Frank Jan. 

Elles, William Jan. 

Grant, Samuel W Jan, 

Hale, John 

Hall, William H 

Hatcher, Henry 

Henderson, H. J 

Hernandez, Randolph 

Herring, N. W 

Hogue, John H 

Hogue, William S 

Killen, Hugh 

Lloyd, Thomas 

McCorkle, William 

McDonald, Bryant 

McElroy, D. E 

Mason, Arthur 

Meeks, H. L 

Meredith, W. E 

Messer, William 

Morgan, John 

Muir, Alexander 

Paley, C. W 

Paul, J 

Paul, P. P 

Petus, Handy 

Potter, Daniel 

Routh, William R 

Roark, John 

Rawls, S. E 

Sellier, Charles F 

Scott, E. T 

Shine, Thomas W 

Simms, B. P 

Simms, Philip L 

Simmons, W. A. W.... 

Stephens, Allen A April 

Taylor, John L [April 

Taylor, Evan April 

Thompson, Barry ! 

Tillinghast, Henry A ...April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
A^ril 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



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April 
April 



April 
April 
April 



April 5, '61 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 

April 



Promoted Captain. 



Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62 as 1st Lieut, of Co. A. 
April 4, '62 Florida G. R. Battalion. 
Resigned November 3, '64. 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



Shot at Shiloh, Tenn., April 6, '62; Re-enlisted at 
end of term in Capers Bird's Company. 



1st Sergeant. 



April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 



'61 April 4, 



'62 
'62 
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April 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 
April 



2nd Sergeant. 
Musician. 

Musician. 



Corporal. 

Shot at Santa Rosa Island Fla., '61; imprisoned 

last nine months of the war. 
Re-enlisted in Gamble's Battery. 



Killed at Perryville October 8, '62. 

Killed at Santa Rosa Island, October 9, '61. 

Corporal. 

Wounded Sept. 20, '63, at Chickamauga. 

Mentioned for gallantry at Chickmauga. 



Wounded at Chickmauga September 20, '63. 



'62 

'62 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
June 
April 
April 
61 April 
61 April 
61 April 



Wall. R. G. 
Walker, A. B 
Watson, Robert. 

Watkins, Alex 

Weeks, Levy 

West, Charles M. 

West, J 

Willis, Alex 

Williams. Robert April 

Wilson, J. H Airil 

Winslett, Samuel April 



'62 
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'62 

'612 



Died in hospital April 2. '62. 

3rd Sergeant. 

4th Sergeant; killed on Santa Rosa Island Oct. 9 '61 



Re-enlisted in Gambles Battery, '62. 
Re-enlisted, April .'62, Co. K, 5th Florida. 

Corporal. 

Killed by railroad car February '62. 
Company Clerk; Killed at Santa Rosa Island, 
October 9, '61. 



Died at Corinth April 20, '62. 

Sergeant; died in hospital May, '62 of disease. 



6o 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company B — ist Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William E. Cropp.... 

John T. Miller 

ist Lieutenant — ... 

W. T. Orman 

2nd Lieutenant — 

C. F. Bubcock 

3rd Lieutenants — 

N. W. Hunter 

E. C. Stevens 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April , 



April 4, 
April 26, 



ENLISTED MEN. 
Abbott, T. J 

Ammerson, Hugh 

Armstrong, J. T 

Ashrands, Sid 

Austin, C. B 

Bahl, William 

Barefoot, Thomas 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 

April 

April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
61 ! April 
61 April 
61 April 



Bates, F. I 

Beach, A 

Bell, George W 

Betha, William F 

Brockenbrough, George. 

Broer, George W 

Brogan, Thomas L 

Brown, Benjamin F 

Brown, John 

Bull, S. K 

Carlton, John 

Carter, John 

Clark, B. L 

Cleveland, S. T. B 

Clinsbower, L 

Coppadge, James T 

Congree, James L 

Coups, James T 

Coyle, B 

Coyle, C 

Flanders, W. E 

French, John 

Freeman, J 

Gibson, Hiram 

Gibson, T. D 

Gorrie, John M 

Grady, Henry 

Grogan, Alexander 

Gunter, Decater 

Hale, J. L 

Hancock, William A 

Harris, John 

Harrison, John R 

Harrison, T. E 

Hicks, Joseph 

Hill, R. L 

Hockstrapper, Charles.... 

Holden, Robert 

Home, Lewis 

Howell, W. E 

Jackson, J. B 

Jackson, R 

Johnson, Jasper A 

Johnson, William 

King, John W 



Jan. , 

April 5, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 15, 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



Killed in Virginia; a member of Stewart's Cavalry. 
Promoted Captain; Wounded at Shiloh, April 6, 

'62. 
Re-enlisted. 

Re-enlisted '62. 



Re-enlisted, '62; shot at Shiloh, April 6, '62 a 
Lieutenant Co. A, Florida G. R. Battalion; pro- 
moted Lieutenant, this Company 

1st Sergeant. 



4th Sergeant 

Re-enlisted in Co. B; died of disease in hospital on 

the Mississippi River. 
Died at Perryville, Ky., October 8. '62 



April 26, '65 



April 4, '62 



April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



Promoted Sergeant; shot at Shiloh, Tenn., April 

6, '62. 
Died at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Sergeant; died at Opalusus. 



Corporal; died at Ringgold, Ga., February, '63. 



'61 April 
'61 April 
'61 ! April 
'61 April 
'61 April 



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April 
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April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'02 
'02 
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April 
April 
April 
61 ! April 
61 1 April 
61 April 
61 April 



Lassiter, Henry J 

Lewis, David 

Lloyde, J. W 

Lovitt, James 

Lucas, John A 

Lynn, Joseph 

Lyon, C. B 

Lyons, James 

McCardle, Isaac 

McCardle, W. W 

McDonald, James 

McGowan, John 

McKay, Robert 

McKenzie, Andrew W. 

McLeod, J 

Mahoney, John 

Really, Andrew J 

Nichols, L 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, 
April , 
April 5, 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



April 5, 
April 5, 



'01 



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April 4, '62 



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April 



4, '62 
4, '62 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



Re-enlisted; promoted 1st Sergeant. 
2nd Sergeant. 

Died in hospital at Pollard, Ala 
Missing at Shiloh. 
2nd Corporal. 

Re-enlisted and served ]to close of war. 
3rd Sergeant. 

Re-enlisted and "'served to close of war. 



Sergeant; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 



Sergeant; wounded at Perryville'October 8, '62 

and died. 
Died at Chattanooga November 8, '63. 
Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 



Re-enlisted and served to end of war. 
Missing in Kentucky September 15, '62. 

Died November 24, '63. 

Shot in right lung September 20, '63. 

Died during the war. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



61 



Roll Company B — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Pascal, George W 

Parker, J 

Petry, William, Jr.... 

Pooser, George E 

Potts, T. J 

Powell, E 

Powers, A. F 

Raney, D. G 

Reynolds, Richard.... 

Robinson, John A 

Rodgers, Henry J 

Rodgers, James 

Roloph, William 

Scott, E. F 

Sharitt, Amos R 

Sharitt, J. L 

Smith, John 

Smith, T. R 

Smith, William E 

Stanford, T 

Stevens, B. H 

Stevens, E. C 

Stock well, William... 

Stoper, A. T 

Taylor, Henry 

Thompson, John J.... 
Thompson, Lewis F. 
Trimmer, W. H 



Tuten, C. D 

Vaughn, James 

Walker, A. B 

Watson, R. H 

Williams, J. R 

Wilson, J 

Wilson, J. H 

Williams, Sam 

Williamson, W. H. 

Wood, B. B 

Wood, William 

Wynn, Charles E... 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



June 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
Aprii'""'o',"'6i 
March "27 ',"'61 



April 4, '62 
April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



Died in hospital. 

1st Corporal. 
3rd Corporal. 



Corporal; died at Gainsville, Ala., '62. 
Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 

Died at Chattanooga. 

Wounded at Santa Rosa Island September, '61; 

Re-enlisted. 
Killed at Murfreesborough January 23, '63. 

Killed at Santa Rosa Island October 9, '61. 

Corporal. 

Shot at Shiloh April 6, '62; Re-enlisted. 

Corporal.* 

Mentioned for gallantry at Chickmauga. 

Killed on Santa Rosa Island October 9, '61. 

Re-enlisted November, '62; transferred from Rich- 
mond, Va., to Dunham's Artillery at Lake City; 
promoted to Quartermaster-Sergeant of Battery. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62. 
Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62. 



Wounded at Perryville October 8. '62. 
Dead. 



Died at Ringgold, Ga., '63. 



Roll Company C — ist Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

B. W. Powell 

T. Sumter Menans.. 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 
April 



J. D.Turner 

ist Lieutenant — 

Oliver P. Hull 

2nd Lieutenants — 

John A. Emmerson. 

R. Y. H. Law 

W. W. Tucker 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



3rd Lieutenant — 

J. A. Woodburn 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Arnow, Porter R 

Ashurst, Watson 

Baker, E 

Baker, John 

Bauknight, S. J 

Bender, John 

Bennett, E. R 

Branch, -John 

Bremer, George A 

Bridgeman, George 

Brickie, Morgan 

Broome, R. W 

Brown, F. M 

Cameron, A. S 



April 5, '61 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 
April 
April 



April 

April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
March 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 5, 
April 5, 
April 5, 



April 
April 
April 



Expiration of term. 

1st Lieut.; promoted Capt.; wounded and captured 

at Shiloh April 6, '62; Capt. Co. E, Florida and 

C. G. R. Battalion. 
Promoted Captain. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant; 
killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 

Re-enlisted, Co. C, 7th Infantry. 

2nd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Jan. 23, 
'62; wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62; also wound- 
ed September 20, '63. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Died in Tupelo, Miss., July 15, '62, of disease. 
Died at Lagrange, Tenn., June 17, '62. 

Re-enlisted Co. C; killed at Perryville Oct. 8, '62. 
Promoted Corporal. 



Killed at Dallas. Ga., June 27, '64. 
Died at Lagrange April 10, '62. 
1st Sergeant. 



62 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Cames, J. B 

Carter, Jesse 

Clark, Abner 

Coker, Silas 

Colmer, W. D 

Cooper, W. H 

Crosby, John 

Cotheran, A. J 

Crosby, J. O 

Davis, J. M 

Davis, R. H 

Demaker, James L 

Dickinson, William 

Dixon, Josiah 

Devine, J. T 

Dodson, W. H 

Edwards, J. G. A 

Fleming, J. F 

Forrest, James 

Foster, Thadeus 

Gaston, William L 

Geiger, W. H 

Hale, Pir.kney 

Harris, Thomas E 

Hoose: F. M 

Howard, Harrison 

James, Joseph G 

Johnson, J. J 

Jones Thomas W 

Jordan, E. P 

Kennedy, Thomas S 

Kennedy, Wilson N 

Kittrel. Stanley 

Kyle, C. H 

Lamb, J. D 

Leland, George A 

Lloyd, J. W 

Loeb, Maurice 

Lynn, H 

Martin, Samuel 

Miller, M. E 

Miller, Samuel T 

Mixon, E. M 

Morris, John 

Morrison, Nathaniel 

Muir, Alexander J.. ....... 

Neal, A. J 

Neely, James 

Neely, Samuel 

O'Neal, Peter 

Parker, James 

Pearson, John W 

Pinkney, James 

Price, George L 

Roddenberry, Mathew. 

Rawles, Samuel B 

Sharp, R. B 

Shears. J. W 

Shepard, F. M 

Simenten, J. H 

Simmons, W. A. W 

Smith, C. P 

Smith, Jacob 

Smith, Thomas 

Smith, W. M 

Stafford, E. C 

Stanford, Thomas 

Starling, Levi 



Stephens, E. C. 



Strickland, Johnathan. 

Surles, Robert 

Tate, T. M 

Taylor 

Thomel, A. A 

Thompson, A. L 

Thompson, Henry 

Thompson, L. F 

Timons, L. E 

Turner, George W 

Turner, J. C 

Turner, N. J 

Walker, J. A 



MUSTERED 



April 5, '61 



Feb. , '62 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 19, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

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April 5, '61 

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April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



Feb. 15, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, 
April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



April 5, '61 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



.\pril 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 26, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 
April 
April 



April 4, 



April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 26, 

April 4, 

April 4, 



April 



April 
April 



April 
April 



Died at Vaden, Miss., June 2, '62. 
Wounded at Perryville, Ky., '62. 

Killed at Perryville October 8, '62. 
4th Sergeant. 

Promoted Color Sergeant; Re-enlisted. 
1st Corporal. 

Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62. 



Corporal; killed at Missionary Ridge Nov. 25, '63. 

2nd Sergeant. 

Died at Grenada, Miss. 

2nd Corporal. 



Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63. 

Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 

Killed at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 



Deserted. 

Transferred July 4, '62, to Capt. Denham's Co. 

Sergeant. 

Died at Knoxville November 29, '62. 

Re-enlisted in Co. C; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Promoted Sergeant. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded September 20, '63. 
Transferred to Co. C; wounded September 20, '63; 
mentioned for gallantry at Chickamauga. 

Died at Corinth, Miss., April 21, '62. 
Died May 15, '62, in service. 
Died at Monticello October, '62 



Promoted Corporal. 

Died at Lagrange, Tenn., April 10, '62. 



Shot near Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 4, '64. 

also at Shiloh, Tenn., April 6, '62. 
3rd Corporal; Re-enlisted in Co. B; shot at Shiloh 

April 6, '62. 
Promoted Corporal. 

Promoted Corporal; died at Tullahoma Jan. 25, '62 
4th Corporal. 
Sergeant. 

Died at Montgomery, Ala., March, '62 of pneo- 
monia. 

Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 

Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA 



63 



Roll Company C — 1st Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


* REMARKS. 


Walker, Joel E 


Feb. 
Feb. 


'62 
'62 


April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 


Shot at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 

Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Killed at Perryville October 8, '62. 
Deceased at Monticello hospital July 5, '63. 
Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, 

mentioned for gallantry. 
Died at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Sergeant. 




Wall, S. J 




Watts, R. B 




White George W 






















'63; 


Williams, W. A 
















Wood, Benjamin 


April 5, 


'61 


April 4, '62 





Roll Company D — 1st Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

R. B. Hilton 

C. L. McKinnon 

I st Lieutenants — 

Walter.Gwynn 

Neil J. McKinnon... 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



John L. McKinnon 

C. Alonzo Landrum.... 
2nd Lieutenants — 

William D. Evans 

Robert W. McCollum. 
W. G. Poole 



April 4, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 

May , '62 

April 26, '65 



C. E. Hayward. 

3rd Lieutenants — 

John W. Nash.. 



April 5, '61 

April 5 '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



W. B. Runyan 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford, James 

Alsobrook, R 

Anderson, Alex L 

Anderson, Duncan 

Anderson, J. L 

Anderson. J. S 

Anderson, L. M 



Anderson, Walker 

Ansell, W. W 

Ard, William D 

Armstrong, John 

Bachelor, J. J 

Baker, B. J 

Baker, C. B 

Baker, F. W 

Barefoot, Thomas 

Barnett, J. E 

Barnett, Jackson P.... 

Barnhill, A 

Beale, Jasper 

Blocker, John R 

Blount, Benjamin A. 

Bloxham, W. D 

Brevard, E 

Brickie, Richard 

Brown, John E 

Brown, H. S 

Brown, S. J 

Brown, W. J 

Brown, William L 

Bullard, James W 

Campbell, H 

Caswell, G 

Caswell, Michael V.... 

Christie, A. C 

Collaway, Jesse 

Coxkroff, William A. 

Crafford, John L 

Croom, A. Church 



ApijU 5, '61 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



April 
April 

April 
April 



April 5, 
April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



May 15, '62 



April 5, '61 
April To, '61 



62 
'62 



April 4, 
April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4, 
April 6, 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



Wounded at Dallas] Ga., May 28, '64. 



Re-enlisted Capt. C. L. McKinnon's Co; was in pri- 
son when paroled, June 18, '65. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; then 1st Lieutenant. 

Resigned March 21, '63. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned April 22, '63. 

Seriously wounded at Perrj^idlle; promoted Capt., 

Co. A, 1st Battalion; Major of Florida and C. G. 

R. Battalion. 
Appointed 2nd Lieutenant April 15, '62; Co. A, 

Florida and C. G. R Battalion. 
Re-enlisted, '62, in R. N. Gardner's Co. K, 5th 

Florida, and served to close of war. 
Appointed 3rd Lieutenant May 27, '62. Florida 

and C. G. R. Battalion. 



Shot at Murfreesborough Jan. 1, '63; Sept. 20, '63. 
Died, Chattanooga September 2, '62 

Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieut, and Capt. of 1st 
Battalion; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain May 27, 
'62 of Co. A, Florida and C. G. R. Battalion. 

Died in Florida November 10, '62, of fever. 

Re-enlisted in Co. K. 

Died in hospital at Grenada, Miss. 
2nd Sergeant. 

Killed, Perryville, October 8, '62. 



Re-enlisted in 2nd Cavalry. 

Died at Sparta, Tenn., Sept. 6, '62, from fever. 

Re-enlisted, '62; promoted Captain Co. C, 5th In- 
fantry and transferred to Quartermaster Depart 
partment at Madison. 

Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62. 



Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63. 
Died at Sparta, Tenn., December 15, '62. 



April 4, 62 



April 4, '62 



Died at Sparta, Tenn., June 25, of pneumonia. 

Died in Georgia August 29, '63. 

Re-enlisted again in Co. C, 2nd Cavalry; transferr- 
ed to Scott's Battalion Cavalry and promoted 
Sergeant. 



6 4 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Croom, H: C. 



April 5, '61 



Denham 

Dodgen 

Donald, Charles M 

Duval, Phillip 

Edgar, George M 

Evans, Henry R 

Faulk, T 

Fener, Thomas 

Freeman, John 

Gallaher, E. Y 

Gillett, Thomas M 

Gray, A 

Grice, W. J 

Gurley, M. P 

Hart, J. J 

Hart, Laurie 

Herron, F. M 

Hartwell, George 

Holly, Robert H 

Horten, Berry 

Houck, W. F 

Howard, George W 

Hudnall, T. W 

Infinger, Charles 

Infinger, Thomas 

Johnson, Alexander 

Joiner, James 

Jones, G. L 

Kemp, Henry 

Kemp, Joshua F 

Kemp, William H 

King, J * 

King, W. J 

Kinden, William 

Kirkland, James J 

Leaman, C. E 

Lester, E 

Lindley, H. L 

Lyles, Richard.... 

McCollum, Archibald L... 

McDonald, Charles L 

McDonald, Daniel M 

McDonald, Norman M 

McDonald, O 

Mclver, Angus C 

Mclver, Colin C 

Mclver, D. C 

Mclver, John C 

McKinnon, Alexander D. 

McKinnon, Daniel L 

McLean, Calvin 

McLean, Daniel G 

McLean, Daniel K 

McLean, John L 

McLean, J. Love 

McLean, Lauchlin D 

McLean, Malcolm P 



McLeod, John.. 
Macon, Arthur. 



April 4, '62 
June 27, '61 



Aprl 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



Aprl 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, 61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



June 20, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 1 April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



Feb, 28, '62 



April 26, '65 



July 19, '61 



June 12, '65 



July 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



Marcheal, Edward D.. 

Maxwell, G. Troup 

Meagher, R. A 

Miller, Elias B 

Milton, S 

Mimmes, H 

Modlin, F. M 

Moore, G. J 

Morris, William 

Morrison, A. P 

Moorison, Malcolm P. 

Moseley, B. F 

Nelson, G 

Nome, Allen 

Norris, G 

Norris, Henry 

Paddison, W 

Page, Allen 

Pastell, George W 

Patten, R. B 



April 5, '61 
April 4, '61 



Transferred to Co. F, 2nd Regiment Cavalry; pro- 
moted to 3rd Lieutenant. 
Disability; Corporal. 
Corporal. 

Wounded Septemper 20, '63, at Chickamauga. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Died in Montgomery, Ala., August, '63, of typhoid 

fever. 
2nd Corporal. 



Shot at New Hope Church, Ga., June, '64. 

Wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62. 
Wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62. 

Died June 12, '62, of measles. 



Re-enlisted in Gamble's Artillery. 

Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 

Wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62; New Hope Church 
March 28, '63; also at Missionary Ridge Dec- 
ember 27. '63. 



Died May 29, '62 of measles at Walton county, Fla. 
Corporal. 



Missing at Shiloh. 

Died October 23. '63, of fever. 

Died December 18, in Georgia, from wounds. 

Died of pneumonia July 29, '62. 

Shot at Dallas, Ga., July 25, '64. 



June 12, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 
April 



April 
April 



From Camp Chase. 

Died at Chattanooga Sept. 9, '62 of typhoid. 



Died at Chattanooga Dec. 10, '62, of pneumonia. 
Died at Dunlap September, '62, of typhoid. 



Promoted Corporal. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant; captured at Nash- 
ville Dec. 16, '64; carried to Camp Chase and 
through exposure and neglect lost an eye. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant; shot at Chickmau- 
ga Sept. 20, '63; died at Madison, Fla.. Sept. 
21, '64. 

Died at Dunlap, Tenn., Sept. 19, '62, of pneu- 
monia. 

1st Sergeant. 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 26, '65 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



Died at Sulphur Springs, Tenn., December 20. '63, 
of pneumonia. 



Died in Alabama July 20, "63, of puenmonia. 
1st Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



65 



Roll Company D — 1st Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Patterson, Joseph 

Porter, Levi 

Puller, A. J 

Race, W.T 

Raborn, J. W 

Randolph, Eston 

Randolph, William 

Rooks, Jesse W 

Rooks, Thomas F 

Rooks, William W 

Sanders, J. G 

Scott, Alford 

Sessions, T 

Shean, Erastus B 

Silcox, Benjamin 

Silcox, David 

Silcox, Jesse 

Silcox, William H 

Singleton, W. H 

Stafford, J. E 

Steele, J 

Surles '. 

Taurence, Benjamin F. 

Taylor, James 

Taylor, Latson L 

Thomas, J. G 

Tiner, T 

Tiner, William A. J 

Tipton, I 

Walker, L. B 

Ward, Asa 

Ward, B. F 

Ward, Isaac 

Wescott, J. D., Jr 

Willie, W. A 

Wilson, Benjamin 

Williamson, Elbert 

Woodberry, Samuel C... 
Worthington, William.. 

Wright, Elias 

Wright, George 

Wright, Hamilton 

Wright, James 

Write, James 



MUSTERED 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 5. '61 
April 5, '61 



April o, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4. '62 



April 26, '65 



April 
April 



4, '62 
4, '62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 



'62 



Killed at Chickmauga September 20, '63. 
Died June 6, '62, of brain fever. 

Died in Florida of measles June 19, '62. 

Died May 12, '62, of sunstroke. 

Died in Alabama August 8, '62, of fever. 



Died of brain fever September 4, at Dunlap. 

Died at Chattanooga September 9, '63. 

Died at Sulphur Springs, Tenn., March 23, '63, of 

pneumonia. 
Reported as a deserter. 



Corporal. 

Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 

Died in Alabama August 5, '62, of fever. 



Deserted 



Died June 29, '62, of brain fever. 
Died in Florida, October 6, '62. 

Died July 15, '62, of measles. 

Died at Chattanooga October 30, of fever. 

Died in Florida October, '63, of fever. 



Roll Company E — 1st Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Hyer H. Baker 

A. B. McLeod 

1 st Lieutenants — 
mThomas E. Clark 

William McPherson 

Henry W. Reddick 

2nd Lieutenants — 

F. M. Farley 

W. H. DuBose 

3rd Lieutenants — 

Murdock C. McKee 

Henry T. Wright 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alexander, George L 

Anderson, Daniel L 

Armistead, Anthony 

Armistead, Lawrence T.. 

Appleton, W. L 

Ayres, Jesse W 

Bailey, Thomas J 

Baker, Beverly 

Balcolm, A. L 

Barbaree, Henry 

Barron, Green 

Beauchamp, John C 

Bonds, W H 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 4, 
April 26, 



March 20, '62 



April 5, 
April 5, 



April 4, 
April 4, 



March 20, '62 



April 5, 

July 1, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

March 20, 

April 5, 

March 20 

April 5, 

March 2, 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



'62 



-<vj 



Wounded by fall during battle of Rocky Face 

Mountain, Ga., May 1, '64. 
Re-enlisted; promoted Capt. Co. E, 8th Infantry. 
Promoted Captain. 



Re-enlisted; Co. E, May, '62, Resigned Nov. 2, '63 
Died, Chattanooga, Tenn., October, '6?. 



Sergeant. 

Discharged, January, '62, for disability. 

Corporal. 



Re -enlisted. 



Lost sense of hearing by explosion of shell at 
Atlanta, Ga., August 15, '64. 



66 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Bowers, Addison 

Brantley, H. M 

Brantley, John D 

Bray, William 

Bright, Henry A 

Brown, Benjamin F 

Brown, Felix 

Bush, E. B 

Cadle, William G 

Campbell, W. L 

Corley, Robert J 

Cotton, James 

Cotton, Jesse-N 

Cotton, John A 

Cotton, Shadrack 

Davis, Marius M 

Davis, William 

Dockries, J. A 

Donald, John W 

Donalson, Benjamin F... 
Drummonds, Eugene E. 

Eldridge, Daniel-D 

Eldridge, James K. P 

Eldridge, Jeremiah M 

Evans, H. R 

Evans, William D 

Faulks, James W 

Ferguson, William G 

Finley, Sam Y 

Glissen, Joe 

Glissen, Mathew 

Glisson, Philip 

Godwin, Marion C 

Gomillion, Elijah 

Gomillion, William 

Gonsales, James E 

Grimes, Jesse-F 

Gulbedge James 

Harrison, Benjamin J 

Hawel, William G 

High, James C 

Holland, William M 

Houck, Josiah 

Jackson, John B 

Jones, John C 

Jones, Uzzell A 

Kelly, William 

Kennedy, John 

Kilbee, John C 

Kilgore, A. J 

Land, Henry 

Langford, Benjamin 

Lassiter, Ephriam 

Lassiter, Henry 

Lassiter, H. L 

Lassiter, James 

Lassiter, Joseph M 

Lassiter, Wiley B 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



March 11, 
March 11, 
March 11, 
April , 
March 11, 
July 21, 
April 5, 
March 11, 
April 5, 
March 11, 
April 5, 
April , 



July 
March 
April 5, 
April 5, 







April 


4, 


'02 




April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 
April 


26, 
26, 


'65 
'65 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



2nd Corporal. 

Deserted March 14, '64. 



1st Sergeant. 

Captured; imprisoned at Chicago till June, '65. 

Corporal. 

Died at Ringgold, Ga., September, '62, of disease. 

Re-enlisted, August, '62. 

Discharged, '62, for disability; re-enlisted 29th 
Alabama and served to close of war 



Re-enlisted. 

Died in Florida of brain fever, '62. 



Re-enlisted; promoted Capt. Co. I, 6th Infantry. 
Died of disease February 13, '63, at Walton, Fla. 

Died at Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct., '62, of pneumonia. 

Died in Kentucky September, '62, of disease. 
Died August 2, '62, at Montgomery. 



March 11, 
April 5, 



April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



March 11, 

March 11, 

April 5, 

April 5, 



March 



•tiU 



Lewis, Alfred 

Lewis, Calvin 

Lewis, Wiley 

Lillaram, Lewis 

Lowry, William 

McClung, LaFayette 

McCullough, Edward M. 

McCullum, Gaines 

McDonald, Allen 



April , '61 



McDonald, John A 

McDonald, Peter P 

Mcintosh, John C 

McKay. William 

McKenzie, Randal 

McKenniss, William H. 

McKinnon, A. D 

McKinnon, J. L 

McLeod, John P 

McLeod, Norman 

McLeod, W. B 

McNealy, J. W 

McNealy, Sidney 

McRae, Daniel R 

Mathis, J. L 



March 11, '62 
Dec. , '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
March 11, '62 
March 2, '62 

March , '62 
July , '61 
April 5, '61 



March 11, '62 
April 5, '61 



March 11, '62 
March 2, '62 
April 5, 61 
April 5, '61 
March , '62 



April 4, '62 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 



April 4, 



April 26, 



April 4, 



April 4, 



April 
April 



Died at Chattanooga January 6, '62. 
Transferred to 29th Alabama. 



Died at Chattanooga of disease September, '62. 
Wounded near Atlanta, Ga., August, '64. 



Died in Kentucky, September, '62. 
Died of erysipelas, September, '62. 
Captured at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64; imprisoned 

at Camp Chase, Ohio, where he died Jan. 7, '65. 
Deserted March 14, '64. 
Died of congestive chill at Bluff Springs, Florida, 

June 5, '62. 
Corporal. 

Discharged August, '64, for disability. 
1st Sergeant. 
Corporal; died in service. 

Wounded at New Hope Church, Atlanta, July 22, 
'64, and at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '64. 

Sergeant; died in Florida June 7, '62. 

Transferred to Co. H, 6th Florida; wounded at 
Dallas, Ga., '64. 

Died at Dunlap, Tenn., September, '62. 



1st Sergeant. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Regiment. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant; discharged Sept. 20, '64, for disability; 
lost arm near Atlanta, Ga., August 24, '64. 



Transferred to 29th Alabama. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



67 



Roll Company E — 1st Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Michemex Moses 

Moates, Francis 

Moates, James M 

Moates. Johnathan.... 

Moore, Daniel D 

Morriss, J. E. D 

Nelson, Josiah 

Norris, John 

Norwood, William 

Parker, Benjamin F.. 

Paulk, Jonathan 

Pitts, Isaac 

Rabon, Asa 

Rayner, Elijah 

Redd, William G 

Reddick, James W... 
Reddick, Madison M. 

Register, John 

Rodgers, Henry T 

Rogers, J. M 

Rogers, Jesse 



Rogers, Neverson 

Ryals, James M 

Sands, Robert 

Sansom, B. F 

Sasser, Josiah 

Slater, Charles 

Saunders, William A.. 

Sims, Henry G 

Smith, J. W 

Spence, Isaac 

Spence, Richard 

Strabry, A. E 

Stephens, Benjamin... 

Stephens, B. H 

Stephens, James 

Thompson, Benjamin. 

Thompson, Jesse 

Thompson, William... 

Thornton, William 

•Truett, Cass. 

Truett. James 

Truett, John 

Truett, Noel R 

Walker, Berry A 

Watford, William T... 

Watson, Benton H 

Watson, George W 

Watson, William A 

Ward, Michael 

West, Mathew 

Welch, Isaac 

Wheeler, John 

Whidden, Burnett 

White, John 

Williams, John 

Williams, J. V 



MUSTERED 



March , '62 



March , '62 
April" "5,"'6i 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 
May , '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



Aug. 



'CI 



Aug. , '61 
April 5, '61 



April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

March 2, '62 

March 2, '62 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

March , '61 

April 5, '61 



June , '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April" "5, '"'61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 4, "'62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 
April 



April 4, '62 



April 



April 4 

April 4 

April 4 

April 4 

April 4 

April 26 

April 26 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 



April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 



Died at Chattanooga, Tenn., September, '62. _ 



Died in Kentucky, November 10, '62. 
Corporal. 

Died at Harrodsburg, Ky., February 28, '63. 
Killed at Perryville October 8, '62. 
Died at Atlanta, Ga., November 27, '63. 



Bugler. 



Discharged for broken leg. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant- 
Shot at Chattanooga November 23, '63. 
Re-enlisted August, '62, in Alex McLeod's T Co.: 

captured, '63; imprisoned at Rockllsland, 111. 

and remained there till the close of the war. 
Discharged, '62, for disability. 

Wounded September 20, '63. 



Musician. 



Shot at Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 24, '64; promoted Corp. 
Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 31, '62 



Corporal. 



Promoted Sergeant; died at Chattanooga Sept. '62 

Sergeant. 

Died at Ringgold, Georgia. 

Killed at Perryville, October 8, '62. 
Died at Marietta, Ga., November 20, '62. 
Prisoner at Elmira, N. Y., when war closed. 



Killed at Perryville October 8, '62, 
Bugler. 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 

1st Corporal. 

Killed at Atlanta, Ga., July 25, '64. 



Roll Company F — 1st Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


~J 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


April 5, 
April 5, 
June 


'61 
'61 
'62 




Killed on Santa Rosa Island October 9, '6! 
Promoted Captain October, '61. 

Promoted Captain, of Co. I, '64. 






April 4, '62 








1 st Lieutenants — 


April 4, '62 










2nd Lieutenants — 




April 4, '62 




William H. Whitner 


April 5, 


'61 










3rd Lieutenant — 




- 





68 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company F — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, R. J 










June '62 


April 26, '65 












April 26, '65 




Baggett, Edward 


June '62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
June '62 
April 5, '61 


Died, Harrodsburg, Ky., October 13, '62. 




April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 










Bishop, J. W 


Re-enlisted, May, '62. 


Blackman, J. P 


Botts, W. F 




April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 


Lost leg in war. 


Boyette, John A 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


Boyan, Edward H 


Promoted Corporal. 

Re-enlisted, '62; imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 


Burch, George C 


Butler, A. K 


April 4, '62 


Carlsile, James 


Died Pollard Ala October 1 '62 


Cauley, A. J 






Cauley, Henry 








Chestnut, Jacob 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 




Died, Bluff Springs, January 6, '62. 




April 4, '62 


Cobb, B. N 


Corporal; killed at Perryville October 2, '62. 
Wounded, September 20, '63. 
Promoted 1st L eutenant Co. D; Co. A of F. and 
C. G. R. Battalion 


Cobb, 






Collier, William H 


April 5, '61 


April 26, '65 


Crane, William 


Daniel, James 








Davis, Ephriam W 


Mch. 20, '62 


April 26, '65 




Davis, M. D 




DeLaughter, Pickens 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
June , '62 
June , '62 


April 4, '62 


Promoted 1st Corporal. 


Dixon, Josiah B 


Dozier, A. J 


April 4, '62 
April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Drew, James E 




Edwards, John E 




Exum, William 




Ezell, Jesse B .. 




Faulk, Asa 






Faulk, John M 




Died, Kingston, Ga., January 18, '64. 

Sergeant. 


Fisher, L. C 




Franklin, James H.. . 


Mch. , '62 


April 26, '65 


Frater, Louis 




Gaston, William L 


April 5. '61 


April 4, '62 




Gatlin. G. W.. 


Died July 9, '62, at Bluff Springs. 


Gideozi, Benjamin 


June , '62 
April 5, '61 




Godlie, John E 


April 4, '62 




Grimes, G. W 


Transferred September 20, '63. 


Grimes, James T 


Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 




Grimes, John W 


April 26, '65 




Grimes, Thomas 




Grimes, W. J.. 








Guest, Mathew 


Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 
April 5, '61 
Mch. 20, '62 


April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Hamilton, John... 




Hammock, Samuel 


Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 


Harris, Britton.... 


Harris, Luke 






Harrold, E. M 


April 4, '62 




Harris, S. H 




Hays, E. J 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4. '62 




Hines, William G. 


Promoted Corporal. 


Hinton, J. S 


Hollyman, C. F... 




Howell, William E. 




Jarvis, William, Jr 




Jernigan, Blake 


Died at Montgomery, Ala., September, '62. 


Jernigan, J. W 




Johnson, John A 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Jones, Curtis 




Jordan, W. Harrison.. 


Died, Tullahoma, Tenn., January 30, '63. 


Jordan. W. J.. 




Kelly, W. H 






Kennedy, A. J 






Kilk, Robert 






Kilpatrick, William B 


April 4, '62 




Lansdon, B. L 




Livingston, -C. S... 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 


2nd Sergeant. 

1st Sergeant; re-enlisted and served to close of war. 


Livingston, J. F 


Long, Joseph 


Lemmox, Frank M 


April 4, '62 




Lundy, Andrew J 


Killed at Dallas Ga '64 


Lundy, R 


April 26, '65 
April 4, '62! 


Captured and imprisoned. 


Lynch, James 


Aoril 5, '61 


McCaskill, E. F.. . 


Mch. 20. '62 




McCaskill, E. V Mch. 20, '62 

McDonald, E. M April 5, '61 

McDavid, D. M iMch. 20, '62 


April 4, '62 


Killed, Missionary Ridge, November 25, '63; hon- 
orable mention at Chickamauga. 
Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



69 



Roll Company F — 1st Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



McLellan, Duncan 

McMillan, A. M 

Madox, William 

Martin, S. P 

Mathis, John W 

Mays, Richard 

Mims, Jesse 

Mobley, James A 

Morris, Burett 

Morris, John 

Morrison, Robert 

Moseley, Malcomb J 

Nelson, T. J 

Nichols, J. L 

Norris, Wiley 

Odum, George L 

Oneal, John W 

Overstreet, George W.. 

Patterson, D. R 

Patterson, J. J. H 

Patterson, John W 

Peacock, A. E 

Peacock, John 

Phillips, Robert A 

Pittman, Manley 

Poige, E. E 

Polk, Napoleon 

Polk, Robert 

Polk, William 

Pope, B. C 

Pope, Redmond 

Pogers, James T 

Salles, A. N 

Salles, John 

Sappington, Joseph H. 

Sauls, Wilson 

Seely, J. H 

Seely, J. O 

Sherer, William 

Shepard, R. R 

Skipper, Thomas 

Snellgrove, S. W 

Sparrow, P. S 

Starling, Levi 

Sunday, A. J 

Sunday, J. R 

Sunday, Richard 

Sutton, James T 

Sutton, Rufus 

Thomas, J. A 

Tucker, Jordan 

Tuten, Charles D 

Vara, Thomas J 

Waif rip, William H 

Walston, H. C 

Waring, M. Howell 

Watts, Richard 

Webb, William S 

Wheeler, Isaac 

Whitlock, Charles S 

Whitner, Benjamin F... 

Whittle, Emanuel 

Whitty, Edward 

Wiggins, J. L 

Williams, A. B 

Williams, John J 

Williams, John R 

Williams, R. G 

Williams, Thomas W... 

Wilson, Joseph W 

Worrell, R. T 

Young, William 



Mch. 20, 
Mch. 20, 
Mch. 20, 
April 5, 
April 5, 
April 5, 
Mch. 20, 
April 5, 
Mch. 20, 
Mch. 20, 
Mch. 20, 
April 5, 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 4, '62 



Mch. 20 

Mch. 20 

April 5 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



Mch. 20, 



Sergeant. 

Killed, Perryville October 8, '62. 

Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 
Sergeant. 



Died, Mav 20, at Chattanooga. 
Died, Bluff Springs, Fla., '62. 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 5 

April 5 

Mch. 20 

Mch. 20 

Mch. 20 

April 5 

Mch. 20 

April 5 

April 5 

April 5 

April 5 

April 5 

Mch. 20 
April 

Mch. 20. 

Mch. 20 

April 5 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20 

April 5 

Mch. 20 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

April 5 

April 5 

April 5 

April 5 



April 


4, 


'62 


April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 
'62 






April 


4, 


'62 



Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



April 26, '65 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 


5, 


•<;i 


Mch. 


20, 


'62 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


'61 


Mch. 


20, 


'62 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


(11 


Mch. 


4, 


62 


Mch. 


4, 


'62 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


til 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


'61 


Mch. 


20, 


62 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


5, 


<;i 



April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 4, 

April 26, 

April 4, 

April 4, 



April 


26, 


'65 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 




April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 


April 


4, 


'62 



Wounded September 20, '63. 

Sergeant. 

Died, Knoxville, Tenn., November 25, '62. 



Re-enlisted, Smith's Co., 2nd Cavalry. 
Wounded; captured at Nashville, '64; impris- 
oned at Camp Douglass, 111. 

Corporal; died, Bluff Springs, Fla., July 18, '62. 
1st Sergeant; re-enlisted and served to close of war 
war. 



April 4, 
April 4, 



62 Re-enlisted, Co. C, 8th Infantry; promoted Capt- 
ain, and served to close of war. 

Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62. 

1st Sergeant. 
'62 
'62! 



Roll Company G (Young Guards) — 1st Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Cap tain — 

John H. Gee 



April 5, '61 April 6, '62 



70 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G (Young Guards) — ist Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


I st Lieutenants — 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 






promoted to Captain. 
2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Re-enlisted in Co. B 8th Regiment, as private. 


2nd Lieutenants — 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 


J. L. West 


3rd Lieutenants — 

A. W. Smith 


April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 


Re-enlisted. Co. B, 8th Regiment, as private. 


William J. Gaines 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Apple, J 
















Austin, G. W 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 




Baggett, Nicholas 


Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 
Died, Sept. 10, '62, at Chattanooga, of fever. 
Corporal; Wounded at Chickamauga, September 
20, '63; and deserted. 


Baggett, Thomas 






Barrow, J. J 








April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 


Blackshear, Abram 


Died in Conechu county, Ala., Nov. 25, '62, of 
disease. 


Blow, H. S 






Blow, John W 










April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 Re-enlisted May, '62, in Co. K, 2nd Florida Cav- 
alry and promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 
April 6, '62 Promoted Surgeon. 


Booth, R. C 


Botts, M. F 


Botts, S. B 








Bower, John M 








Bracewell, J. P 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 Re-enlisted May, '62, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 


Brav, Alfred 


Bray,G 






Jan. 1, '64, of wounds at Newman, Ga.; honor- 


Brown, G 






Sergeant; left in charge of wounded at Perryville. 


Brown, W. J 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 
April 6 '62 


Bruce, Hector 




Burghard , John 




Butts, James 




Died at Dalton April 9, '63, of pneumonia. 
Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 


Ceausseaux, S. K 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 


Cobb, S. J 


Cook, William 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
Apr 1 5, '61 


April 6, '62 
April 6. '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6 '62 




Corbitt, C. C 




Dearborn, Jackson.. . 




Dickson, Jesse 




Dickson, J. L 




Dismukes, E. P 




DuPont, C. H 


April 5, '61 April 6, '62 
April 5, '61 April 6, '62 


Sergeant. 


DuPont, J. H 


Elliott, Isaac J 


Died at Tullahoma February 25, '63, of pneumonia 


Elliott, N : xon 


Aprl 5, '61 April 6, '62 


Emmitt, J. A 


Disabled and detailed on Quartermaster Dept. 


Emmitt, Robert A.. . 




Floyd, Charles J 






Folk, Jordan 






Freeman, J. W 




Captured at Perryville. 


Flowers, J. C 




Foster, J. M 




Captured at Glasgow. 


Garrett, John 




Gee, R. C 


Aprii 5, '61 j April 6, '62 




George, Moses A :.. . 


Deserted at Bruton July 31, '62. 


Goodfellow, J. S 




Griffin, Jackson 






Gunn, C. C 


April 5. '61 April 6, '62 
April 5, '61 April 6, '62 




Gunn, William J 




Harris, B. A 


Died January, '63, at Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Harris, S. H 


April 5, '61 Anril fi 'fi9 


Hawkins, N 








Hinote, Elijah 






Died, Sept, 15. '62, at Chattanooga of fever. 


Holloman, John... 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 


Howell, J. O 


Sergeant. 


Johnson, A. J... 






Kennedy, John A 






Corporal; died November 10, '62. 


Keoppen, C. H 


April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 


Killer 




Leonard, S. S 








Love, Archibald B 


April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 

April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 


Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Florida Regiment. 

1st Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 

Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment. 

Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Corp. 

Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted 1st 

Lieutenant. 
Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment. 


Love, A. D 


Love, Henry H 


Love, J. J. R 


Love, T. R 


McCall, Chalmers 


McElrov, W. S .. 


Mclver, A. N 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



71 



Roll Company G (Young Guards) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



McGinn, Thomas 

MePherson, Colin 

McRae, Philip 

Malone, John W 

Martin, A. J 

Mauper, D. R 

Mitchell, W. A 

Moore, J. F. C 

Moore, R. C 

Monroe, B. H 

Muse, C. M 

Nathans, A. M 

Newton, B 

Owens, Edward 

Peavy, Allen 

Pellam, W. J 

Penton, John 

Pintham, John 

Raibon, N 

Randolph, R. H 

Rivenbark, George 

Rivenbark, Robert N 

Roberts, J. O. A 

Roddenberry, William A. 

Rollo, Lawrence 

Russ, Jacob 

Rushing, A 

Sera, C. P 

Shaw, D. A 

Shaw, R. G 

Simmons, H 

Smith, A 

Smith, Gabriel 

Smith, T. E 

Smith, T. Y 

Smith, William 

Sowell, C. C 

Sowell, C. L 

Stathem, William A 

Stego, R 

Stewart, R. F 

Stockton, William T., Jr. 

Subers, J. J 

Sylvester, James 

Sweat, John W 

Thomas. T. G 

Thompson, J. O 

Towers, Charles D 

Tuten, Artemus 

Wade, W. H 

Waters. Moses 

We*t. Benjamin 

West, J. C 

Westcott, L. R 

Whittle, Ambros W 

Zeigler, G. B 

Zeigler, N. H 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 6, '62 



'62 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 



May 1, '65 

Aprl 6, 62 

April 6, '62 

April 6, '62 

April 6, '62 

April 6, '62 



Aprl 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 



April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Sergt. 

Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Sergt. 

Deserted. 

Died December 23, '63, in Conechu county, Ala. 

2nd Sergeant. 



Died at Atlanta of pneumonia. 

Mortally wounded at Perryville October 8, '62. 

Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 

Captured at Perryville October 8, '62. 

Died in service. 

Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Florida Regiment. 

Died on Santa Rosa Island June 1, '64, of fever. 

Died in service and buried in Lexington Cemetery 

Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 

Died in Knoxville, Jan. 1, '63, of pneumonia. 

Sergeant; captured and paroled at Glascow, Ky. 

Deserted at Bruton July 31, '62. 

Died in service. 

Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 

Corporal; deserted August 1, '62, at Milton, Fla 



April 6, '62 
April 6. '62 
April 6, '62 



April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 



April 6, '62 



April 6, '62 
April 6, '62 
April 6, '65 



Corporal; died in service. 



Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment. 
Died in service. 

Sergeant; died in service. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant; re-enlisted Co. E 
2nd Cavalry, May, '62. 



April 6, '65 

April 6, '65 

April 6, '65 

April 6, '65 

April 6, '65 



Re-enlisted Co. B, 
Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



8th Regiment; promoted 1st 



Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men) — ist Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

T. J. Myers 


April 


6, 


'61 


April 


6, 


'62 






Promoted Captain. 


H. H. Malone 






Promoted Captain; resigned, March 21, '63. 








Promoted Captain; wounded at Chickamauga-5 


ist Lieutenant — 


April 

April 
April 
May 


5, 

5, 
5, 
13, 


'61 

'61 

'til 
'62 


April 

April 
April 


4, 

4, 
4, 


'62 

'62 
'62 


September 20, '62. 


2nd Lieutenants — 

Oliver P. Hull 


Re-enlisted Co. C; promoted 1st Lieutenant, and 




killed at Shiloh. 


A. C. Tippin 


Wounded seven times in different places. 


3rd Lieutenant — ■ 
G. R. Mayo 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Franklin 


April 


5, 


•til 


April 


4, 


r 62 


Transferred to Co. K; died at Columbus, Ga„ '63. 



72 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men)- 

(CONTINUED.) 



ist Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 

OUT. 


REMARKS. 








Died, Jan. 1, '62, of wounds at Murfreesborc 
Died, September, '62, at Chattanooga. 
Died, September 20, '63. 

Wounded at New Hope Church, Ga., May 28, 

captured and paroled at close of war. 
Shot at Bentonville, N. C, March 19, '65. 

Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 


ugh 


Baggett, G. M 
















April 
April 
May 
May 
Oct. 

April 
April 
April 
April 


6, 
5, 

8, 
8, 

5, 
5, 
5, 


'61 

'62 
'62 
'62 

'62 

'til 
'61 
'61 


April 
April 


4, 
4, 


'62 

'62 












Blake, Thomas H 


April 


4, 


'62 




Bond, J. E. F '. 


'64, 










April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 












Brewton, E. W 














Deserted. 

Died in service. 
2nd Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Deserted. 

Deserted. 

Sergeant. 

Died at Ringgold, Ga., '62, of disease. 
Died January, '63, of pneumonia. 
Died in Hoganville, Ky., September 22, '62. 
Died in service. 

Re-enlisted, January 29, '62, Capt. Poole's 
served to close of war. 

Died at Chattanooga November, '62, of disc 






April 
April 
April 
April 


5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 


April 
April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 

'til' 
62 








Caruth, W. L 














April 
April 


5, 

5, 


'61 

'01 


April 
April 


4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 








Clarke, H. E 




Clark, John E 


April 


5, 


'61 


April 


4 


'62 










April 


5, 


'61 


April 


4, 


'62 










April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 


5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'til 
'61 


April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




Culp, G. M. D 


























April 


5, 


'61 


April 


4, 


'62 








Dollahite, W. H 
















































April 


5, 




4, 


•('.12 




Ellis, E. R 








Ellis, P. G 
















Faulk, J. A 










April 


5, 


'61 


April 


4, 


'62 


Co • 


Finlev, J. M 






April 


5, 


'61 


April 


4, 


'62 








Gav, L. C 








Godwin, E. C 














Died at Ringgold, Ga., '62, of disease. 

Died at Lookout Mountain, August 3, '62, of f 
Killed at Perryville, Ky. 

Missing at battle of Perryville. 
Died November 26, '62. 

Prisoner of war. 

Died at Chattanooga February, '63, of pneumc 

Corporal; died in service. 

Died at Chattanooga Sept. 30, '62, of disease 

Corporal; died at Chattanooga September 25, 

of disease. 
Prisoner of war. 

Deserted. 

Prisoner of war. 
Corooral; prisoner of war. 




























Goff, William E 


April 
April 
April 


5, 
5, 
5, 


til 
'til 
til 


April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 
'62 














ever 












April 
April 


5, 
5, 


'til 
til 


April 
April 


4, 
4, 


'62 

'62 








Hart, Joel F 






April 
April 
April 


5, 
5, 
5, 


'til 
'til 
til 


April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 
'62 








Highsmith, J. F. M 








Holland , Ray 






>ma. 










Hull, Henry R 


April 
April 
April 


5, 
5, 
5, 


'til 
'til 
'til 


April 
April 
April 


4, 
4, 
4, 


'62 
'62 
62 






























'62, 




April 


5, 


'til 


April 


4, 


'61 


















April 


5, 


'til 


April 


4, 


•62 








Jones, W 11 am H 








Kent, W. A 








King, J. W. T 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



73 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



King, Thomas H... 
Kittrell, Isham W. 

Lamb, J. D 

Lamb, Marshall 

Lane, Lev n A 

Lang, David 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

Aprl 5, '61 

April 5, '62 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

Aprl 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 

April 4, '62 



Laritern, E. J 

Lassiter, Craven 

Lassiter, Craven 

Leigh, James 

Lewis, David H 

Lewis, Thomas B 

Lews, Wlbar G 

Lovelace, W. B 

Lynch, J. Q. A 

McCaulker, J. A 

McCall, Willie L 

McDonnell, Augustus O. 
MacDonnell, William M. 

McFarland, D. B 

Mantle, John 

Massey, Thomas D 

Mayo, G. R 

Mayo, M. B 

Mayo, Warren 

Mays, J. R..,. 

Miller, John 

Morgan, James P 

Morris, J. A 

Nappier, H. A 

Nipper, Andrew F 

Nobles, James 

Oats, Young P 

Owens, James 

Pardue, James L 

Parker, A. J 

Parker, S. R 

Peavy, M. V 

Pooser, F. D 

Powell, James 

Purvis, Thomas 

Richardson, John G 

Richwood, G. C 

Roach, Nicholas 

Rosseau, R. R 

Russell, Isaac 

Smith, John C 

Smith, L. B 

Smith, Robert 

Snell, C. H 

Sparkman, John L 

Stanton, J. A 

Stewart, DeWitt L 

Swanson, F. M 

Tahlon, Henry 

Tedder, B. A 

Thomas, John 

Thompson, William 

T ppin, D. J 

Tippin, G. W 

Tippin, J. E 

Tippin, R. H. M 

Todd, J. J 

Tooten, Robert 

Turner, Thomas O 

Vaughn, John J 



Aprl 5, '61 
April 5, '61 



May 
April 



'62 
5, '61 



Aprl 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, 61 
Aprl 5, '61 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
Aprl 4, '62 



Vincent, Willis H 

Walker, J. A 

Weaver, Andrew J 

Weaver, L. C 

Weeks, S. S 

White, J. D 

White, W. H 

Wilson, Henry 

Wilson, Joel 

Woodrae, James 

Wright, H. T 

Yarborouzh, Millet S. 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 

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April 5, '61 



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April 



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April 



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April 



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April 



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"5, "'61 



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April 



April 5, '61 



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Apr 1 
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April 



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April 
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April 4, 62 



April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



2nd Sergeant; re-enlisted as Capt., Co. C, 8th 
Regiment; promoted to Major; Lieutenant-Col- 
onel; Colonel; commanded Brigade '63-4-5. 



Re-enlisted, Co. C, 8th Infantry. 
Corporal; deserted. 



Prisoner of war. 



Re-enlisted, April, '62, Co.K; wounded at Perry- 
vine, October 8, '62; promoted April, '62, to 2nd 
Lieutenant; 1st Lieutenant '62, and promoted 
Captain Co. K. 



Sergeant. 

Killed at Chattanooga September 20, '63 

Corporal. 

Died in service. 

Promoted Sergeant; re-enlisted Co. K, 1st Infantry 



Died in service. 

Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '63. 

Deserted August 11, at Montgomery, Ala. 

Died in seryice. 

Served to the close of the war. 

Prisoner of war. 

Prisoner of war. 



Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '63. 

Died at Tallahassee, January '63, of pneumonia. 



Corporal; died at Bardstown, Tenn., September 
26, '62, of fever. 



3rd Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant; re-enlisted 

in Williams' Co. 
Killed at Shiloh, April 6, '62. 
Killed at Perryville October 8, '63. 

Died at Chattanooga, September, '62, of fever. 



Died, Conechu, January, '63, of smallpos 



Promoted Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Florida Infantry. 



74 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I — ist Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OTJT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 

Mch. 25, '62 




Promoted Col.; Brig. -Gen.; Maj.-Gen. 
Promoted Colonel; kUled, Petersburg, Va., '64. 
1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain of Co. C, Fla. 

and C. G. R. Battalion on reorganization;. 

wounded, Shiloh, April 6, '62. 
Promoted Captain; died, Bluff Springs Jan. 15, '62 
Promoted Captain, Co. D, Fla. and C. G. R. Bat. 








April 4, '62 


D. B. Coleman 












ist Lieutenants — 


April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 


2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; resign- 
ed September, '61, on account of ill health. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant; resigned March 25, '62. 


C. Satter 


2nd Lieutenants — 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 
AprU 4, '62 


W. L. Dennis 


3rd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant 




3rd Lieutenants — 

W. W. Blackburn 


April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 


Re-enlisted; promoted Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant 
May 27, '62. 


Charles H. Ellis 


W. F. Brown 






KUled, PerryvUle, October 8, '62. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Moses 






Baggett, E. E 






Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 








Bassemore, William 


April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 








Bellamy, William D 


May '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 
AprU 4, '62 


Re-enlisted, '62; wounded at Olustee, Feb. 10, '64 t 


Bender, John 








Braddv, Charles B 








Brickie, Morgan F.... 








Brown, V. S 








Brown, D. A 


April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 




Buelow, D. B 




Carter, J. D 


April 5, '61 
April 5. '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Cannon, H. C 




Carr, W. M 


Died May 3, '62, at Montgomery. 
Died in service, January 2, '62. 


Clark, Abner 






Clavton, A. B 


April 5, '61 


Anril 4. 'fiO 


Clayton, C. S 


April 5, '61 April 4, '62 E, Dvke's Battery. 
Aprl 5, '61iApril 4, '62 finrnnr.-.'. 


Clem, T. Vann 


Coaker, Silas 


April 5, '61 Anril 4. '62 




Cooper, J. B 


April 5. '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5 '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Cooper, W. H 




Copeland, J. E 




Coburn, J. L 


Died at Chicago, IU., Feb. 13, '63, of wounds. - 


Cuthbert, Thomas S 


April 5, '61 
April 5 '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4 62 
June 12, '65 
June 12, '65 
April 26, '65 




Daggin, Wilson 




Davis, G. W 


From prison at Camp Chase. 


DeLaughter, J 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


De-vine, John T 




Diamond, James 


Died at TuUahoma AprU 10, 63. 


Ellenwood, A. A 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 


Ellenwood, C 




Ellis, David 




Died at Chattanooga April 25, "63. 


Faulk, William 






Fennell, Alexander 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 








Fuller, J. P 


Died at Chattanooga October 20, '62. 


Gill, John J 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4 '62 
April 4, '62 




Gillett, Thomas M 




Graham, Daniel 




Graham, T. J 




Hall, J. G 




Hall, W. H 






Died at Chattanooga, October 20, '63. 


Hale, D. Pinkney 








Hammock, George W 








Hart, John 








Hill, J. G 


AprU 5, '61 


April 4, '62 




Holder, D. P 




Holly, James 


April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Horten, B 




Houck, James 




Jacobs, William 




Jenkins, Thomas 




Jernigan, A. W 


Sergeant; kUled September 20, '62. 
Died at Chattanooga October 20, '62. 


Jernigan, George 






Jones, A. J 








Kittrell, S 


April 5, '61 
April 5. '61 


AprU 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Kyle, C. H 


. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



75 



Roll Company I — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Kyle, J. M 

Levines, R 

Lord, William R 

Lynn, Charles 

McDuffie, D 

McClelland, C. E 

McRae, Dan 

Martin, J. A 

Martin, J. T 

Martin, J. Y 

Mason, B. F 

May, A. N 

Mitchell, W. G 

Mixon, B. L 

Moore, W. J 

Morr s, John 

Neely, James 

Neely, Sam 

Patterson, B. T 

Patterson, S. F 

Pickeran, Evans 

Porter, B. J 

Porter, Columbus 

Pringle, F. D 

Pringle, Thomas D.. 

Prosser, Samuel 

Rogers, George F 

Russell, William B.. 

Sharp, Robert 

Sheppard, M. T 

Sheppard, R. R 

Shilling, John 

Simmons, W. A. W. 

Smith, Jacob C 

Soueter, George 

Staley, J. B 

Standley, H 

Stephens, Ben H 

Stewart, John 

Surls, Robert 

Summerlin, J. C 

Thanas, J. L 

Thompson, H 

Tucker, W. W 

TurnbuU, Theo 

Turner, o. D 



Turner, J. M 

Turner, N. E 

Walker, Jesse 

Walker, Joel E 

Walker, L. B 

Walker, M. W 

Walker, W. J 

Warren, H. F 

Washington, J. M 

White, George 

Whittey, E 

Whitehurst, Hillary W. 

Whitehurst, Perry 

Williams, D 

Williams, John K. 



April 
April 
April 
April 



MUSTERED 



5, 61 

5, '61 

5, '61 

5, '61 



April 
April 
April 
April 



April 5, '61 



April 4, '62 



April 5, '61 



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Apr 1 
April 
Apr 1 



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5, '61 

5, '61 

5, '61 



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April 



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Apri 
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April 



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5, '61 

5, '61 



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April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 
5, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 13, '62 



4, '62 

4, '62 

4, '62 

4, '62 



April 4, '62 



April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 



4, '62 

4, '62 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



4, '62 

4, '62 

4, '62 

4 '62 

4, '62 



REMARKS. 



For disability; wounded three times. 

Sergeant; died at Ringgold, Ga., November 21, '62 



Sergeant; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63. 

Died, February 21, '62. 

Died at Ringgold, Ga., May 15, '63. 

Corporal; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63. 

Died at Pollard, Ala., April 5, '63. 
Corporal; promoted 2nd Sergeant. 



Died at Laurel Hill Springs February 10, '62. 
Died in Tennessee January 29, '63. 
Died May 20, '62, in service. 



April 5, '61 

April 5, '61 

Wynn, W. W lApril 5, '61 



April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 



April 
April 
April 



5, '61 
5, '61 
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April 
April 
April 

Apr 1 
Ap'il 
April 
April 



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April 
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April 



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Mch. 



'61 



April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 

4, '62 

4. '62 



April 
April 



April 
April 



4, '62 

4, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 4, '62 

4, '62 

4, '62 



April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
Apri, 
April 



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4, '62 

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4, '62 



Died at Bluff Springs May 1, '62. 



Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 
Re-enlisted; died May 15, '62. 



Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63. 

2nd Sergeant; 1st Lieutenant January 23, '62; lat 
Florida Battalion. 

4th Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant and Capt- 
ain of Co. C, 1st Florida Regiment. 

1st Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant. 

Promoted Corporal; 4th Sergeant. 

Killed at Murfreesborough March 25, '6 . 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 29, 

April 26, 



4, '62 
4, '62 
4, '62 
4, '62 
4. '62 
62 
13.". 



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April 
April 



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4, '62 
4, '62 



Corporal; discharged for disability. 



Re-enlisted and served to close of war. 



Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards)— ist Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

A. H. Bright. . . 


June 11, '61 




Re-enlisted April 1, '62' 






Elected 2nd Lt. Co. K, 1862; promoted 1st Lt.; 








promotec Captain, 1863; severely wounded at 
Perryville. _ , 
3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned Jan- 


ist Lieutenant — 


June 11, '61 
April 5, '61 


April 4, 
April 4, 


'62 
'62 


uary 2, '64. 


2nd Lieutenants — 









76 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


3rd Lieutenant — 


April 5, '61 






ENLISTED MEN. 












Killed at Perryville October 8, '62. 




June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Amos, E. W 






Died May 20 '62. 










Austin, C. B 










June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
April 2, '62 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 

June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 26, '65 
April 4, '62 
April 4, 62 

April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Bell, William T 


'62. 










Blaylock, Albert B 




Brent, Daniel G 




Bonifay, Eugene C 


nance Office at Pollard, Ala. 








Re-enlisted; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 






Brown, H. S 




hospital. 


Buckner, William 






Miss. 
Died at Shiloh April 7, '62. 




June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 








Christian, August 


June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 








Collier, William Holme 








Commvns, Joseph 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Commyns, Thomas 




Coson, J 




Cradock, J. Hindon 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


June 17, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 








Crosby, Richard 




Dallas, T. B 




Davis, George W 




Davis, Oliver 








Duffu, J 




Dukes, David H 


June 11, '61 


April 4, 62 




Duncan, W. D 


Died at Tullahoma April 6, '62. 


Gatlin, S 








Gonzales, Jasper G 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Gonzales, Manuel F 




Gunter, Decater 




Goodwyn, Iverson 


June 11, '61 




Hale, J. L 


June 11, '61 




Hall, Albert 


Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 


Hall 








Hawks, W 






Died June 22, '62, in hospital. 


Hart, James 






Head shot off April 6, '62, at Shiloh. 


Hardee, Robert J 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Hatch, Henry 




Hernandez, M 




Hernandez, Randolph 


June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 




Hernandez, Robert 




Hinton, Josh 






Died at Shiloh April 6, '62. 


Horten, Neil H 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Hunter, Edward 




Hyer, Albert 








Jackson, Boiling H 




Johnson, Daniel 




Jordan, George 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 
Am-il 26. '65 








Kelly, Pat 




Kilpatrick, William 






King, W. J 









Kirkland, William B 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Kirwin, John W 




Laird, Louis 




Laird, W 








Lent, Charles 








Leminox, F. M 








Lindsev, H 






Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62. 


McCardle, Isaac 








McCarty, Charles 








McCoy, Robert 








McDonald, William M 








Mier, William 


June 11, '61 
June 11, '61 


April 4, '62 
April 4, '62 




Mitchell, George N. J 




Mobley, J. A 


Died in hospital with disease June 21, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



77 



Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards) — ist Florida Infantry. 
(Continued,) 



Morris. Warren 

Nail, J. A 

Neely, James 

Newton, Charles A. 

Nicholson, J. W 

Nipper, A, F 

Norris, John M 

Norris, William J... 

O'Neil, Peter 

Reese, George 



Rodgers, J. D 

Rodgers, William L 

Roberts, James B 

Roberts, J. D 

Rungan, William Bell. 



Sanchus, G 

Seely, John W 

Serra, Charles P 

Smith, John A 

Smith, C. P..... 

Sparrow, Patrick S 

Stevens, Burrell 

Stewart. Claurence H. 

Stockwell, Samuel 

Thompson, B. W 

Touart, Frank 

Touart, Francis 

Turner, Thomas 

Umphress, J. B 

Walker, James 

Ward, Mieheal 

Ware, James H 

Watson, William F 

White, William O 

Welch, Isaac 

Williams, R. G 

Woodburn, John A 



Woolf, Thomas D 

Worrel, R. P 

Wynn, Charles E 

Ynisstra, Gregory... 



June 11, '61 



MUSTERED 



June 11, 
June 11, 



June 11, '61 



June 11, 
June 11, 
June 1 1 , 



June 1 1 , 
June 1 1 , 



June 11, 
June 1 1 , 
June 1 1 , 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 



April 4, '62 



April 4, 
April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4, 

April 4, 

April 26, 

April 4, 



'61 April 4, 
'61 April 4, 
'61 April 4, 



June 1 1 , 

June 11, 

June 11, 

June 1 1 , 

June 11, 



June 11, 

June 11, 

June 11, 

June 11, 

June 11, 

June 1 1 , 

June 11, 

June 11, 



June 11, '61 



June 1 1 , 
June 1 1 , 



April 4, 
April 4, 



April 4 
April 4 
April 26 
April 4 
Max- 
April 26 
April 4 
April 4 
April 4 
April 
April 



April 26, 



April 26, '65 



April 4, 
June 1 1 , 
April 4, 
April 4, 



Re-enlisted in 2nd Reg. and served to close of 
war; woundedat Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed at Franklin June 4, '63. 
Corporal.; died October 20, '63. 
Died, June 5, '62, in hospital. 



Re-enlisted, July, in Co. A, 44th Alabama Infan- 
try at Selma under Colonel Kent, and was elect- 
ed Lieutenant. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 



Promoted to 3rd Lieutenant 

G. R. Battalion. 
Corporal. 



Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 



Co. A, Fla. and C 



Died in Macon, Ga., January 11, '64. 

Died August, '62, from wounds at Enterprise, Miss. 

Wounded at Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, '62; Corporal. 
Re-enlisted and served to close of war; Corporal. 



Promoted Corporal. 



Sergeant; died May 17, '62. 

Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., August 31, '63; pro- 
moted Lieutenant in B and K consolidated. 
1st Sergeant. 



2nd Sergeant; promoted to Captain; Inspector 
General on Bragg's Staff. 



SECOND FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The 2nd Florida Regiment, as it was first organized, was composed of ten 
companies as follows: Alachua Guards, Alachua county (Co. B), Capt. Lew 
Williams; Columbia Rifles, Columbia county (Co. C), Capt. Walter R. Moore; 
Leon Rifles, Leon county (Co. D), Capt. T. W. Brevard, Jr.; Hammock Guards, 
Marion county (Co. E), Capt. John D. Hopkins; Gulf State Guards, Jackson 
county (Co. F), Capt. James F. McClellan; St. Johns Greys, St. Johns county 
(Co. G), Capt. J. J. Daniels; St. Augustine Rifles, Putnam county (Co. H), 
Capt. John W. Starke; Hamilton Blues, Hamilton county (Co. I), Capt. 
Henry J. Stewart; Davis Guards, Nassau county (Co. K), Capt. George W. 
Call; Madison Rangers, Madison county (Co. L), Capt. W. P. Pillans. In 
the early days of July these ten companies were ordered to rendezvous near 
the Brick Church, just west of Jacksonville, now known as LaVilla, and on 
July 13 the Regiment was mustered into the Confederate service by Maj. W. 
T. Stockton. The Regiment was organized by the election of George T. 
Ward, of Leon county, Colonel; S. St. George Rogers, of Marion county, 



78 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Lieutenant-Colonel; and Louis G. Pyles, of Alachua county, Major. The 
following Staff appointments were then made: Dr. Thomas Palmer, Surgeon; 
Dr. Thomas W. Hendry, Assistant Surgeon; Capt. Edward M. L'Engle, 
Assistant Quartermaster; Capt. W. A. Daniel, Assistant Commissary; Lieut. 
R. B. Thomas, Adjutant; Edward Houston, Sergeant Major; T. W. Givens, 
Quartermaster Sergeant. On Monday, July 15th, the Regiment left by rail 
for Virginia, arriving in Richmond Sunday afternoon, July 21st. The Regi- 
ment was in Camp of Instruction, in the neighborhood of Richmond, nearly 
two months. On September 17, 1861, the Regiment left Richmond for York- 
town, where they were joined by the Rifle Rangers of Escambia county (Co. 
A), Capt. E. A. Perry. During the fall of 1861 and the winter following the 
Regiment was encamped near Yorktown, forming a part of Maj.-Gen. J. B. 
Magruder's Command. Early in October Lieutenant Thomas was ordered to 
report to Richmond and Lieut. Seaton Fleming was assigned to duty as Adju- 
tant. It was at the siege of Yorktown that the Regiment received its " bap- 
tism of fire." On May 5th, at Williamsburg, the Regiment again distinguished 
itself by its gallant resistance to McClellan's advance. In this battle Col. 
George T. Ward was killed, and Companies E, D and L each lost one man, 
making four killed; and every company in the Regiment had one or more 
wounded, making thirty wounded. Among the seriously wounded was Lieut. 
C. S. Fleming. The 2nd Florida, being twelye months' men,were by Act of 
Congress required to remain in the service two years longer; this act was 
known as the Conscript Laws and gave them a right to reorganize by a re- 
election of officers, which should have taken place on May 3rd; but owing to 
the battle of Williamsburg reorganization did not take place until the follow- 
ing week or May 10th. At the reorganization Capt. E. A. Perry was elected 
Colonel; Maj. L. G. Pyles, Lieutenant-Colonel; and Capt. George W. Call, 
Major. All the companies in the Regiment changed their captains except 
B. and C. On May 31st the Regiment was engaged in the battle of Seven 
Pines, where it lost 6 officers, 4 non-commissioned and 24 privates killed. 
Wounded, 17 officers, 21 non-commissioned officers and 106 privates; total 
casualties, 178. In the battle of Seven Pines Maj. George W. Call was killed, 
and Lieut. -Col. L. G. Pyles was wounded and disabled. Of the eleven cap- 
tains who went into the battle, four, J. H. Pooser, C. S. Flagg, A. C. Butler 
and T. A. Perry were killed, and six, W. D. Ballantin (Co. A), Lew Williams 
(Co. B), W. R. Moore (Co. C), M. G. C. Musgrove (Co. D), W. E. Caslin (Co. 
E) and M. J. Duncan (Co. I) were wounded. Shortly after the battle of 
Seven Pines Co. M. was assigned to this Regiment, making twelve companies 
in all. After the battle of Seven Pines followed in quick succession the bat- 
tles of Cold Harbor, Gaines' Mill, Savage Station, Frazier's Farm and Malvern 
Hill. In the battles of Ellison's Mill and Frazier's Farm, June 26 and 27, 
the Regiment lost 8 killed and 52 wounded; among the killed was G. W. Park- 
hill, Captain of Co. M. At the battle of Frazier's Farm, June 30, the Regi- 
ment lost: Killed, 2 officers, 1 non-commissioned officer and 11 privates; 
wounded, 3 officers, 2 non-commissioned officers and 62 privates. Among 
the wounded was Col. E. A. Perry. Following the battle of Frazier's Farm 
came the Maryland campaign. On December 13 the battle of Fredericks- 



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burg was fought. The Regiment lost: killed, I non-commissioned officer and 
3 privates; wounded, 4 officers, 5 non-commissioned officers and 25 privates 
(casualties in Co. K not reported). A partial report of the casualties at 
Chancellorsville show 3 officers and 17 privates wounded, and 3 privates killed. 
In the battle of Gettysburg: Killed, 6 officers, 4 non-commissioned officers 
and 5 privates; wounded, 6 officers, 6 non-commissioned officers and 54 pri- 
vates; total casualties, 81. There is no report accessible of the casualties 
during the year 1864 and 1865, and it was during these years that some of 
the most desperate and bloody battles were fought; and in all of them the 2nd 
Florida did its full measure of duty. It was but a skeleton of a splendid 
regiment that surrendered at Appomatox Court House. But 7 officers and 
59 men. 

Roll Field and Staff — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



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Colonels — 

George T. Ward. 
E. A. Perry 



L. G. Pyles.. 



Walter R. Moore 

Lieutenant-Colonels — 
S. St. George Rogers. 
W. D. Ballantine 



Majors — 

George W. Call. 



Alexander Moseley. 

Surgeons — 

T. M. Palmer 

M. S. Thomas 

J. C. L'Engle 

D. E. Hawes 

Assistant Surgeons — 

T. G. Henry 

B. F. Walker 

Drill Master(Captain) 

J. L. Cross 

Adjutants — 

R. B. Thomas 



C. S. Fleming.. 



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Waddy Butler 

R. Jenekes Reed 

Quartermaster — 

E. M. L'Engle 

Commissary — 

W. A. Daniel 

Chaplains — 

J. W. Kimberlake 

Donald Frazer 

Sergeant-Majors — 

Edward Houstoun 

Ephriam Harrison 

Quartermaster-Sergeants- 
Thomas W. Givens 

Commissary-Sergeant— 



Hospital Steward — 

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Killed at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Captain Co. A; promoted Colonel May" 10, '62; 
Brigadier-General August, '62; wounded and 
disabled at the Wilderness May, '64. 

Wounded, Seven Pines, May 31, '62, and disabled, 
promoted Colonel, but never served as such on 
account of disability. 

Captain Co. C; promoted Major August, '62; Lieut- 
enant-Colonel '63; Colonel '64, 

Retired on reorganization, May 10, '62. 

st Lieutenant Co. A; promoted Captain May 10, 
'62; Major May '63; Lieutenant-Colonel August 
'64; captured, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Captain Co. K; promoted Major May 10, '62; 
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Captain; promoted Major, '64. 

Charge of Florida hospital June 1, '62 to close'of 

war. 
Assistant Surgeon; promoted Surgeon, '63. 



Assistant Surgeon September 18, '62. 



Transferred to provisional army C. S. 

651st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; transferred to 

regular army '62; promoted Major; Colonel and 

A. A. Adjutant-General '64. 
1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain Co. G Sept. 2, 

'62; wounded Williamsburg May 5, '62; killed, 

Gaines' Farm June 3, '64. 
Killed, Chancellorsville May 6, '63. 
Sergeant, '61; promoted Adjutant May '63; killed 

at the Wilderness May 5, '63. 
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Captain and A. C 

Resigned. 

Transferred to Florida conscript service. 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Co. K, 8th Florida, 
September, 62; Captain Co. K, May, '63; wound- 
ed at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 



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Roll Company A (Pensacola Rifle Rangers) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



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OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Edward A. Perry.... 



W. D. Ballantine. 



1st Lieutenants — 
E. C. Humphrey. 



William F. Lee. 



L. T. Landrum. 



2nd Lieutenants- 
H. F. Riley 



3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Aldred. J. A 

Amos, J. E 



Barnes, F 

Bobe, J. V 

Bond, W 

Bower, F. M. 
Bowers, S. A. 



Brewer, J. W 

Brosnaham, George O. 

Bryan, W. C 



Buttz, A 

Byrnes, Frank. 
Byrnes, J. M... 
Caldwell, R. C. 

Christian, L 

Church, H 

Clark, J. P 

Clifford, G. C... 



Clifford, S. L 

Colson, E. W 

Conklin, J. W... 

Cooper, C. E 

Cunningham, J. 



Curry, R 

Curtis, Z. E. C. 
Cushman, H. C. 

Davis, B. B 

Deer, D. H 



Dennison, W. H. 



Ditmar, John... 
Ditmar, Noyes.. 

Dixon, A. B 

Dow, R 

Ellis, C. H 

Fenley, J. T 

Flournoy, G 



Flourney, W . 
Flowers, T.... 

Floyd, J. B.. 



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Promoted Colonel May 10, '62; Brigadier-General 
August, '62; wounded at Frazier's Farm June 
30, '62; Wilderness May 5, '64 and disabled. 

Promoted Captain May 10, '62; Major; Lieutenant- 
Colonel '64; wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62 
twice; Sharpslurg September 17, '62 twice; 
Chancellorsville May " '63; also at Gettysburg 
July 3, '63, and captured. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; lost 
arm at Chancellorsville May 3, '63, and killed at 
Gaines' Farm June, 27, '63 while commanding 
company. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant, and as 
such commanded company at Chancellorsville 
May 3, '63, in which he lost his right arm; then 
he was promoted Captain Engineers and assign- 
to Staff. 

1st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant June, '63; 
Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62, and killed 
at Culpepper, Va., August, '63. 

Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; re-enlisted, 
May 10, '62; wounded, Seven Pines; killed at 
Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Private; promoted Sergeant; 2nd Lieutenant; 
wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pinea 
may 31, '62; Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; killed 
Spottsylvania May 12, '64. 



Appointed Sergeant July 13, '61; re-enlisted and 

transferred to Ordnance Department. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed at Gettsyburg July 2, '63. 

Killed at Spottsylvania May 12, '64. 

Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62; cap- 
tured at Gettysburg; imprisoned at Fort Dela- 
ware. 

Promoted Corporal; May 10, '62, wounded and 
disabled at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Transferred to Prattville, Ala., Dragoons; promot- 
ed Assistant Surgeon of C. S. A., '64; shot at 
Chickamauga. 

Re-enlisted '62; wounded, Seven Pines May 31, 
'62; Chancellorsville May 1, '63; Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 

Re-enlisted '62; wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded at Yorktown April '62. 

Killed in Seven Days Battle June to Julyl, '62. 

Mortally wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Sharpsburg 
September 17, '62; imprisoned at Fort Delaware 

Wounded at Gaines' Mill June 26, '62; Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 

Deserted at Williamsburg, '62. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; killed at Fra- 
zier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Transferred May, '62, to Navy. 

Musician; captured at Gettysburg. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded, Gettysburg July 
3, '63. 

Mortally wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; died 
October, '62. 

Transferred June, '62; wounded, Seven Pines May 
31, '62. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3 63. 

Deserted at Montgomery May '61 

Died at St. Charles hospital August 29, '61. 

Transferred June, '62, to Navy. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg 
July 2, '63; discharged August, '63, on account 
of wounds. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 3, '62; killed at 
Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died at Fort Delaware. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — (Pensacola Rifle Rangers) 2nd Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



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REMARKS. 



Fowler, W 

Gee, W. A 

Gerard, J 

Givens, D. C 

Glass, S 

Gleason, J 

Grinnell. G. F 

Haley, J. H 

Harrison, Frank M. 



Harrison, J. W... 
Harrison, W. H.. 

Hendrix J S 

Hernandez, A. J. 

Hooper, 

Jones, J 

Jordan, R. S 

Julian, B 

Kelher, D 

Kennedy, W. D.. 



Keyser, A. W. 



Knight. B. R 

Knight, D. M 

Knight, J. C 

Knight, J. H 

Knowles, D. C 

Landrum, S. ML... 
Luckie, James T. 



McKindlay, J. L. 

Maura, Frank 

Merrell, W. J 

Merritt, J. T 

Milligan, R 

Milsted, F 

Morris, J. H 

Nail, J. A 

Odam, W. H 

Penny, A. J 

Penny, J. L 

Perry, C. H 

Philips, W. H 

Powell, J 

Quinn, W 

Reed, D. B. R 

Riley, R 



Rosson, T. N 

Sherman, J 

Shippey, C. S 

Shut tie worth. J. 
Sills, W. B 



Squires. W. W. 
Taylor, D. B ... 

Towles, W 

Turner, L. B 

Villar, A 



Visor, George. 
Waters, L 



Way, S 

Webster, W. 
Wilkins, M... 



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Discharged for deafness. 
Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Killed, Williamsburg May 4, '63. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Killed, Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Went to Navy. 

Re-enlisted May '62; wounded in Seven Days' Bat- 
tle, June 25 to July 1. 
Transferred to Virginia Cavalry. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Killed in Seven Days battle. 

Promoted Corporal; wounded, Seven Pines May 

31, '62; Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Wounded, Seven Days' battle June 25 to July 1; 

Gettsyburg July 2, '63. 
Discharged May, '63, for disability. 
Killed, Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Mortally wounded at Chancellorsville May 2, '63. 
Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded Gettysburg; 

killed at the Wilderness May 5, '64. 
Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Sergeant. 

Killed. Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Transferred, Confederate Navy May, '62. 

Wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Days' battle'June 25 to July 1,62. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Corporal. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Deserted July, '61. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '63. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded Seven Pines May 

31, '62; Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Killed at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 
Killed at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded. Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg 

July 2. '63. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3, '62. 
Transferred to Staff. 
Discharged for deafness. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg 

July 3, '63. 
Transferred to Hospital Service. 
Re-enlisted May 10, '62; mortally wounded at 

Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Killed, Williamsburg May 5^ '62. 
Furnished substitute. 



Roll Company B (Alachua Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


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REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 


" ' 


Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; resigned, '63. 






4th Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant May 10; 


1st Lieutenant — 

Asa Clark 




Captain June '62; wounded at Seven Pines May 
31, '62; killed at Gettysburg July 1, '63. 
Returned to Florida in May, '62, and deserted. 



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Roll Company B (Alachua Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



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REMARKS. 



2nd Lieutenants — 

Ransom Cason 

J. J. Thompson 

J. H. Sikes 

ENLISTED MEN 

Arnow, B 

Adams, John 

Baldwin, L 

Barfied, B. B 

Beall, J. D 

Bennett, D. H 

Bennett, Jacob 

Bennett, R 

Blanton, Thomas 

Bleach, J, F 

Boytt, J. H 

Bryant. H 

Bryant, J. T 

Bryant. W, M 

Brooker, J. G 

Burnett, G. J 

Button, James W 

Caston, W. C 

Cannon, John A 

Colson, Jonah 

Colson, J. B 

Cooley, E 

Cox, M. F 

Cox, R. B 

Crosby, Isani 

Cummins, L. R 

Dinkins, C. L 

Downing, W. B 

Dunham, H. C 

Ellis, A. C 

Ellis, V. H 

Evans, James 

Evans, Richard 

Finley, T. J 

Flynn, William 

Hathcox, James 

Holbrook, J. P 

Holder, J. B 

Holder, T. B 

Hubbard, W. W 

Huggins, J. H. H 

Jones, B 

Jones, S. A 

Kemps, J. S 

Lockhart, J. A 

Little, J. W 

Long, James T 

McCain, J. T 

McDonald, E 

McKinney, James 

McKinney, Joseph 

McRae, W. J 

Martin, A. Calvin 

Malphurs, W. L 

Miller, G. W 

Mills, Thomas 

Moody, J. J 

Moore, James 

Moore, Stephen 

Odom, John . .. 

Olmstead, F. P 

Paget, E 

Parker, C. F ... . 
Parker, H. C. .. 
Paschall, E. P. . . 

Pelote, C. E 

Polk, D 

Polk, J. K 

Porcell, James 

Powers, D. J.. 

Rawls, C. D 

Ray, D. C 

Robinson, D. W 

Sanchez, S. J 

Sanders, J. H 



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Resigned at reorganization ;reinlisted in 7thFlorida 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant May 10; 
killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

3rd Sergeant. 



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Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
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Killed at Seven Pines May 30, '62. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Promoted to Corporal; wounded at Gettysburg 

Julv 2, '63. 
Killed at Perryville, Ky., '62. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Corporal. 

2nd Sergeant. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Promoted to Sergeant; wounded at Seven Pines 

May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Promoted to Sergeant May 10; wounded Seven 

Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed at Chattanooga May, '63. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; Frazier's 

Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 
Musician. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62: Frazier's 

Farm and Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Corporal. 

Died in Fort Delaware, '63. 

Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded at Yorktown and at the Wilderness; 

paroled from prison. 
Discharged, '62, on account of disabilities. 



Corporal. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Sergeant; wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31 , '62. 



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Roll Company B (Alachua Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



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Scott, W. P 

Sherley, Jasper 

Sparkman, G. W.... 

Stroble, W. E 

Stroble, W. W 

Strock, J. E 

Sumerlin, D. J 

Tidwell, D. H 

Thomas, J. J 

Took, J. W 

Ursey, A. P 

Wadkins. Crawford 

White, J. M 

Weeks, J. T 

Wescott, William .. 

Wilkey, James 

Wilkey, William 

Williams, J. J 

Wilson, Nathaniel 
Younge, William H 



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Wounded in neck Gettysburg July 3, '63; in hand 
Wilderness May, '64. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27; Frazier's Farm 

June 30, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Corporal. 

Killed at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Promoted Sergeant and Color Bearer. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Musician. 



Roll Company C (Columbia Rifles) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS 

Captains — 

Walter R. Moore 



H. E. Stokes 
1st Lieutenant — 
R. B. Thomas 
2nd Lieutenants — 
W. B. Brown 
W. L. Hazlett 
Harrison Pratt 



3rd Lieutenants 
P. Shealy 




REMARKS. 



J. C. Hamilton 
Spier Allison 

ENLISTED MEN 

Allen, Robert 
Allen, William 
Bateman, A. H 
Banks, Archibald T 
Brown, Jethro 
Brown, L. P 
Brewer. J. W 
Bennett, Henry 
Bennett. John A 
Board, S. P 
Brewer, W. B 

Buttchaell May 

Burns, W. P 
Cason, J. B 
Chambliss, W. O 

Cone, D. N 
Cutter, W. H 
Cason, H. J 

Crane, M. C 



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Re-enlisted May 10, '62; Jan. 28, '64; wounded at 
Seven Pines May 31. '62; Chancellorsville'63; 
Gettysburg July 3, '63; promoted Major '63; 
Lieutenant-Colonel '63; Colonel, '64; in all prin- 
cipal battles of Army of Northern Virginia and 
fight at Cedar Keys, Fla., at which vessels loaded 
with railroad iron were captured. 

Sergeant; promoted Captain. 

Promoted Adjutant; 1st Lieutenant; Captain; 
Major P. A. C. S. 

2nd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; 
wounded at Gaines' Mill June 2, '62; transferred 
to Co. D, 4th Infantry. 

Killed July 3. '63. In battles of Wilderness to Get- 
tysburg; the battles of Army of NorthernVirginia 
from May 5, '62 to July 3, '63. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 20, '62. 

Seriously wounded at Chancellorsville in head; 
disabled; lost his mind from wound. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; imprisoned 

at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Promoted Adjutant. 



Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded Gaines' Farm June 

27, '62. 
Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant Co. B, 5th Infantry. 
Reported as deserter. 

Corporal; killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
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Delaware. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; discharged 

on account of wounds. 
Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 



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(Continued.) 



Daniels, W. E 

Dowling, W. W 

Doliff, A 

Demere, John 

Ellinger, A 

Fernandez, A 

Gahagen, C 

Gaylard, Thomas M. 

Grisham, L. M 

Green, A. C 

Green, George W 

Griffin, G. A 

Harvey, Richard 

Hines, Isaac 

Hines, William 

Hocter Demenic 

Jackson, Thomas 

Jerrold, David 

Jerrold, E 

Jones, John A 



Kinsey, Luke... 
Long, Joseph 

Low, Phillip E.. 

Mack, Adam 

Miller, J. T 



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Robinson, James H July 

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Shields, W. H July 

Stokes, A. T Julv 

Strickland, M. T Jufv 

Suggs, J. T Julv 

Tuely. John T Julv 

Townsend, V. D July- 
Tucker, J. E July 

Tucker, E. A July 

Venters, B. F .... Julv 

Wilkerson 

Williams, T. W Julv' 

Willis, r. h ...:::: juiv 

Williams. Peter July 

Wolfe, Frederick ... July 
Wooten, John Julv 



MUSTERED 
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REMARKS. 



Re-enlisted May 10, '62; and promoted Sergeant; 
wounded at Williamsburg. 



April 9, '65 



Killed at Seven Pines. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded in foot at Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded at Seven Pines 

May 31, '62. 
Killed. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; mortally wounded at Get- 
tysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Transferred 4th Florida; killed at Dallas, Ga., 
May 28, '64. 
9, '65 Sergeant; transferred Co. K, 3rd Florida. 

Killed at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; in battles of 
Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines May 31, 
'62; Ellison's Mill June 26, '62, and Gaines' Farm 
June 27, '62. 

Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62; Gaines' 
Farm June 27, '62; captured at Gettysburg; 
imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Killed. 

Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 



Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed. 

Transferred Co. D, 4th Regiment. 

Re-enlisted Mav 10; wounded at Fredericksburg 

December 13, '62. 
Wounded May, '63, at Fredericksburg. 
Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded at Seven Pines 

May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 I 

April 9, '65 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Deserted. 



Roll Company D (Leon Rifles) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

T. W. Brevard, Jr 


July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 




Retired on reorganization May, '62. 

Sergeant; promoted Captain May, '62; wounded 

at Seven Pines May 31, '62; deserted, '62. 
Resigned Julv, '61. 
Resigned May 15, '62. 


M. J. C. Musgrove 




ist Lieutenants — 

Richard B. Maxwell 




G. M. R. Cook 


July 13, '61 





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(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



A. J. Stewart 'July 13, 



A. P. Barrow July 13 

2nd Lieutenants — 

A. F. Hayward July 13 

John Parker July 13 

Joseph M. Tolbert July 13, 



3rd Lieutenant — 

G. W. Saunders 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Ambar, W 

Anderson, C 

Baker, Charles 

Barr, J. T 

Baltzell, Franklin 

Bell. W 

Belvin, George 

Betheli, Frank 

Boatwright, B. J. Q 

Bond, W 

Boyde, L. L 

Brevard, S. M 

Brown 

Bryant, D 

Bryant , James 

Burroughs, B. M 



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July 13, 

July 13, 

July 13, 




REMARKS. 



Promoted 1st Lieutenant; wounded and disabled 

at Seven Pines May 31, '62; resigned May 16, '63 
Promoted 3rd, 2nd and 1st Lieutenant; captured 

and imprisoned. 
Retired at reorganization. 
Wounded at Seven Pines; deserted, '62. 
Promoted 3rd and 2nd Lieutenants, '62; wounded 

at Williamsburg May 5, '62; Gettysburg July 

3, '63. 
Retired on reorganization. 



'61 1st Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg and dis- 



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Burroughs, Eben W 

Cameron, John 

Chester, W 

Cokely, J July 

Coleman, Thomas 

Conners, J.. July 



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Cooper, W. A. 

Crabtree, H 

Dauson, Henry. 

DeCottes, E 

Demillay, L. L.. 

Dortch, John 

Dutton, J. L 



Edwards, J 

Edwards, W 

Footman, George Newell. 

Given, A 

Gray, J. G 

Hall, R 

Harrington, M 

Henderson, A 

Hickman, W. E 



Horn, W. H 

Houck, B. M 

Houstoun, E 

Hunt, D. R 

Jammerson, D 

Jammerson, G 

Jarvis, W 

Jett, Allison 

Johnson, Charles W 

Johnson, J. F 

Johnson, O. M 

Jones, Robert 'July 

Jones, Whitman July 

Jordan, D July 

Jordan, N .... July 

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Jordan, W 

King W. R 

Leatherwood, S.. 
Ledwith, Robert 

McCormick, J 

McKinney, J 

Mangum, O. P 'July 

Marrow, John July 

Maxwell, D. E July 

Moerring, Henry... .... July 

Miller Fred 

Morrison, A. J 

Moore, G 

Murphy, John. 
Murray, E. J 



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Transferred to Co. F, 1st Cavalry and promoted 
Captain. 

Wounded at Seven Pines June 30, '62 and dis- 
charged; re-enlisted, '63, in Capt. George W. 
Scott's Co.; was elected 2nd Lieutenant of Capt. 
D. W. Gwynn's Co., of Scott's Battalion. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 30, '62; Gaines 

Farm June 27, '62; Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; 

Promoted Sergeant. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63, and captured. 

Killed at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; promoted 

Sergeant. 

Killed at Williamsburg May 5, '62; promoted 

Sergeant. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31 , '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; promoted 

Corporal. 



Promoted 1st Sergeant, and Lieutenant in com- 
mand at battle of. Gettysburg; killed. 
Corporal. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 
Wounded at Seven Pines. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Corporal; promoted Captain Co. H, 1st Cavalry. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Musician. 

Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, '63. 



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(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Page, J. L 

Rawls, R. E 

Reddick, J. M 

Richardson, D 

Roberts, A. W 

Russell, T. S 

Saunders, George C. 

Saunders James 

Sciller, F 

Smith, A. W 

Smith, S 

Smythe, James C 

Stephens D 

Stewart, A. J 

Stewart, J. F 

Stokes, Henry 

Strickland, E. E 

Surey, L. S 

Thomas, William 

Turner, C 

Walcott, H 

Waller, R. B 

Weather, D 

Whitley, S. S 

Wightman, A 

Willis, D 

Willis, W. J 

Wilson, H 

Wilson, James 

Wilson, John 

Wolfe, R. J 



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Woodward, A.-L., Jr. 
Wright, W 



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Killed at Seven Pines. 



Musician. 



Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Hospital Steward December 13, '62. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Killed in battle of Turkey Ridge, Va., Aug. 31, '64 



Wounded at Seven Pines May, '31, 62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; also at Get- 
tysburg July 3, '63; promoted Corporal. 

Sergeant; transferred to Co. D, Scott's Battalion 
Cavalry April, '62. 



Roll Company E (Hammock Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


BEMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John D. Hopkins 


July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 
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William E. McCaslin 








• 


Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 


Patrick P. L. Todd... 




Gettysburg July 3, '63, and captured. 


1st Lieutenants — 




wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63; killed, 
Orange C. H. September, '63. 








2nd Lieutenant — 


April 9, '65 


Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded, Gettysburg 


3rd Lieutenant — 

William Cox 


July 3, '63; transferred to 9th Regiment; pro- 
moted Captain. 
Retired at reorganization; joined Co. H, 2nd Cav. 


ENLISTED MEN, 




Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; killed, Seven 


Alexander, Mordica. . 




Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines 


Allbritton, Thomas W 




May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg 






July 3, '63. 






Killed Frazier's Farm June 30, '62, 


Allen, William B 
















Imprisoned, Fort Delaware. 




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July 13, '61 
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Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 


Blitch, Alonzo E 




Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. j > 




April 9, '65 


Transferred to Co. L, 2nd Florida. .j- 




Killed, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62, 


Boyte Henry 




Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. j j , 






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87 



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(Continued.) 



Broudwater, William H. 

Broome, Thomas H 

Brown, Charles M 



Bryant, Dempsey 

Bryant, J. H. ... 

Burleson, Daniel D 

Burleson, Marion D 

Burleson, Thomas B 

Burns, C 

Carter, George W 

Crankfield, Littleton P 

Cross, Halcombe R 

Dawkins, Samuel 

Deger, J. H 

Dickerson, James W 

Driggers, Abel L 

Dutton, Z. E 

Dye, James H 

Eichelberger, Thomas W. 



Farmer, Benjamin D. 
Fogg, Moses 



Gardner, James G 

Geiger, Henry C 

Gibson, Charles F 

Gorden, James G 

Gradick, Diogenes W 

Grinner, Nathaniel H. C. 

Guerry, Mark k 

Harrell, Alexander J. W. 

Hamlin, John 

Hardin, Thomas H 

Hedick, David L 

Hedick, W. J 

Hendricks, Lemuel H.... 
Hogan, Andrew J 



Howard, William D... 

Jones, Whitman H 

King, George W 

Lykes, Eugene F 

Madden, Patrick 

Massey, John P. C 

McKee, Sidney D 

Mills, Crawford 

Mills, Thomas S 

Mix, S. A 

Mixon, Stephen G 

Moorman, William P. 

Neil, John 

Nevitt, John M 

Pogue, Daniel 

Pyles, Thomas W 

Rawley, C. D 

Reddick, John M 

Roberts, James M 

Roberts, William N... 

Rowe, Judson A 

Slager, Julius 

Starke, Reuben 

Starke, Thomas 

Scott, George L 

Tate, B 

Tate, Robert H 

Thomas, George W.... 

Thomas, Richard 

Todd, Joseph A. S 

Tuton, William C 

Turner, John W 

Turner, Joseph E 

Vaughn, R. T 

Venning, Robert D... 

Walker, Jesse C 

Watkins, William B.. 
Williams, Edward T.. 

Williams, Eli G 

Williams, Warner 

Wheeler, James F 

Wenton, Henry 

West, N. W 



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MUSTERED 
OCT. 



REMARKS. 



Promoted 1st Sergeant May 10, '62; wounded 
Seven Pines. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; transferred 
to Co. G, 9th Regiment; promoted 1st Lieuten- 
ant, '63; then Captain, '64; wounded at Olustee, 
while in the 9th. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died, Fort Delaware of disease, '63. 



'65 



April 



65j Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
62 Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
I Killed, Chaneellorsville May, '63. 
9, '651 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Promoted Corporal; wounded, Seven Pines May 
31, '62. 



Corporal; promoted Sergeant; wounded, Williams 
burg May 5, '62; Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Killed, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 26, '62; killed Chan- 
eellorsville May 4, '63. 



Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Musician. 



Sergeant. 

Musician; promoted 2nd Sergeant. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mills May 26, '62; Gettysburg 

July 3, '63. 
Promoted Corporal. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 



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Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Corporal. 

Captured at Gettysburg; imprisoned at^Fort Dela- 



April 9, '65| 



April 9, '65 



Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Corporal; Wounded at Bristow Station October 
14, '63. 



1st Sergeant. 



Corporal; died at Yorktown. 



88 



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Roll Company E (Hammock Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS 




July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 






Wright, M 




Died in Fort Delaware prison, '63. 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Zetrouer, Solon R 





Roll Company F (Gulf State Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

James F. McClellan. 
J. Henry Pooser 



Harrison, Tillinghast. 



Ben F. Watts. 



1st Lieutenants — 
George E. Pooser. 



July 13, 
July 13, 

July 13, 



July 13, 
July 13, 



Joe Wyatt 

2nd Lieutenant — 

3rd Lieutenants — 
Charles D. Eaton... 
James W. Brett.. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Joseph F 

Ayers, John 

Barnes, E. S 

Barnes, William R 

Bassett, Newten P 

Baty, Reuben 

Bell, J.D 

Bell, William E 

Bell, W. R 

Best, Archibald 

Best, Tillman 

Bird, John S 

Bonner, John J 

Brown, N. L 

Bryan, Newten 

Bryan, R. R 

Bryan, William 

Burger, Jeff 

Burnham, Alfred 

Butler, Albert C 

Butler, Stephen 

Butler, William 



Champas, T. E 

Chance, Alexander. 
Cobb, Reuben 



Collier, W. A 

Cook, John 

Coonrod, A. Mc 

Daffin, Horace 

Daniels. William 

Darcy, John T 

Dickson, John 

Dykes, A. D 

Gladden, John 

Glisson, Henry J 

Harrison, William H. 

Hearn, Thomas C 

Hinson, Hadley 

Howard, Abram 

Howard, Richard 

Howard, William W . 



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Retired May 10, '62; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain May 10, '62; 
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted Captain May 31, '62; 
wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at 
Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10, '62; 1st Lieu- 
tenant, then Captain, June, '63; wounded, Fra- 
zier's Farm June 30, '63; killed in service. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant July 3, '63; wounded, 
Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant May 10, '62; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant September, '63, and 1st Lieutenant. 



Resigned May 10, '62. 

Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant April, '62; then 

3rd Lieutenant, June, '62; wounded at Chan- 

cellorsville May 13, '63. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 

Musician; wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Wounded; imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; Frazier'a 
Farm June 30, '62. 



1st Sergeant; promoted to Regimental Staff. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

2nd Corporal; promoted Sergeant May 10, '62; 

wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Corporal; wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; 

Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg July 3, 

'63. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Chancellorsville, '63. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Corporal. 



2nd Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant; imprisoned 

at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62: captured, 

Gettysburg; imprisoned. Fort Delaware. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



89 



Roll Company F (Gulf State Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Irvin, Robert J 

Jenkins, Robert N 
Johnson, Eleazer... 
Johnson, Gahazer .. 
Johnson, John W ... 

Jones, S. A 

Jordan, Richard H. 



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July 13, 

July 13 

July 13, 

Kellv, John |Julv 13, 

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MUSTERED 
IN. 



Kemp, F. M. 

Lane, William 

McAnulty, James J 



Neil, John 

Oaks, John F 

Owens, J. R. B 

Padrick, J. G 

Parker, A. J 

Peacock, Pierson. 
Peacock, W. G 



Philips, C 

Playor, Thomas F 

Pooser, Charles H 

Powell, W. J 

Pritchett, Stephen D 

Raines, C. S 

Register, W. B 

Reynolds, R. S 

Rhodes, W. L 

Richardson, J. H 

Roddenbery, Samson 

Russell, James 

Sauerford, W. S 

Sills, James 

Smith, J. M 

Spencer, L. W 

Tavlor, William 

Taylor. William C 

Tuten, W. R 

Tidwell, Edward 

Tillinghast, George W 

Tillis, Demsev 

Thompson, W. J 

Underwood, P. M 

Wells, Benjamin 

Welsh, T 

Williams, Nathaniel 

Wood, Silas H 

Wright, S. H 

Wvatt, James B 



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MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Chancellorsville May 13, '63. 



Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gaines' Farm 

June 26, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



Promoted Corporal; wounded Seven Pines May 

31, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines 

May 31, '62. 



Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, 
Corporal, then Sergeant. 



'62; promoted 



Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
1st Corporal. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Roll Company G (St. John's Grays) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

J. Jacquelin Daniel. 



Charles F. Flagg 

Thomas M. Brown 



C. Seton Fleming. 



2nd Lieutenants — 
Mavbanks A. Jones 
Albert J. Russell 



Antonio J. Mickler 



MUSTERED 



July 13, 
July 13, 
July 13, 



July 13, 
July 13, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



July 13, '61 



July 13, '61 

3rd Lieutenants — 

Mathew A. Knight 'July 13, '61 

Clayborne L. Wright July 13, '61 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Captain; retired at reorganization; re-enlisted '63; 
promoted Colonel 1st Florida Reserves. 

1st Sergeant; promoted Captain May 10, '62; 
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant May 10, '62; Captain 
October, '62; wounded, Seven Pines May 31, 
'62; killed June 27, '62. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain August, '62; 
wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Chancellors- 
ville May 3, '63; killed at Cold Harbor June 4,'64 

Left out on reorganization May 10, 

Re-enlisted at reorganizat on, went into another 

department and served to close of war. 
2nd Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10, 

'62; wounded and died in hospital at Richmond, 

Va. 
Retired at reorganization. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant May 10, '62; wounded, 

SevenPines May 31 , '62. 



90 



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Roll Company G (St. John's Grays) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



ENLISTED MEN. 



Ashurst, Robert J 

Abyr, Thomas 

Bacbior, Charlton H. 

Beardon, M. J 

Beardon, Simpson R 

Beaty, John 

Berant, Miles 

Booth, William J 

Bowden, Charles 

Bowden, Uriah 

Brantley, John A 

Brantley, William T. 

Brooman, G. R 

Brown, Augustus W July 

Brown, George R July 



Brown, Moses J.. 



Brown, Stephen W 

Broxson, Henry W 

Bryan, W. P 

Callahan, William 

Canova, George P 

Carr, Allen 

Carr, David L 

Carr, John W 

Caruthers, W. R 

Cason, James B 

Caston, Stokley 

Corbyn, Roland 

Davis, Charles 

Daniel, William A 

Doyle, David W 

Duval, Wilbur E 

Edmonds, Richard 

Ferguson, Thomas H.. 

Ferguson, John J 

Farrell, John 

Farrell, John C 

Fernandez, E. A 

Flynn, William H 

Fripp, Augustus D 

Flynn, James M 

Farley, Mathew 

Griffith, Samuel 

Gardner, Charles 

Goston, S 

Higginbotham, Aaron. 

Hogarth, Robert S 

Hardin, William 

Harris, A. J 

Harris, Hugh 

Harris, A. Jackson 

Hurlburt, David S 

Johnson, James 



Johnson, Charles W 

Jordan, Manual C 

Kennedy, James 

L'Engle, John C 

Long, H. V 

Long, David 

Lawrence, Alexander... 

Leary, Joseph W 

Lee, John 

Livingston, William E. 

L'Engle, Edward M 



Lumpkin, J. T 

Mickler, George C... 

Mickler, Jacob 

Masters, Bartolo 

McClelland, Hiram. 



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July 13, '61 

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McClelland, Robert July 13, '61 

McMullen, Henry July 13, '61 

Mixon, David July 13, '61 

McCann, Frank July 13, '61 

Nichols, Newman July 13, '61 

Parr, Henry July 13, '61 

Pendarvis, George A iJuly 13, '61 



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Re-enlisted May 10, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, 



'62. 



July 13, '61 



April 9, '65 



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3rd Corporal; re-enlisted May, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mills June 26, '62; Frazier's 

Farm June 30, '62. 
Discharged '62, under age; re-enlisted Co. D, 11th 

Regiment. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62; 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 
Wounded, Chancellorsville April, '63. 

Sergeant; wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



1st Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Musician. 

Lost arm at Chancellorsville, '63; discharged. 



Sergeant; wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '63. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '61. 
Thigh broken at Chancellorsville 



Musician. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Musician. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded Second Manassas; promoted Captain Co. 

E, 2nd Regiment. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Petersburg, 

April 2, '65. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



Private; promoted Sergeant; wounded at Gaines' 
Farm June 27, '62; Gettsyburg July 3, '63. 

Corporal; promoted Captain and Assistant Quar- 
termaster May 10, '62; wounded at Gaines' 
Farm June 27, '62. 

Sergeant; mortally wounded at Petersburg. 

Corporal May 10; killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62 

Killed in '64. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg, 
July 13, '63. 

Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



9i 



Roir Company G (St. John's Grays) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Raker, David, Jr.. 
Register, James... 



Revel, John 

Robarts, Edgar 

Robarts, James 

Richardson, William. 

Stewart, John F 

Reny, D 

Solayre, Antonio 

Smith, William 

Small, James 

Syms, Robert 

Syms, John 

Sapp, John J 

Swan D 

Turner, Benjamin H 

Turney. Thomas 

Turnev .William T 

Taitt, Robert 

Urwieh, Barnett 

Wilson, Robert R 

Wilson, Henry C 

Williams, Peter 

Wright, Thomas O. ... 



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July 13, 

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July 13, 

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July 13, 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April'" 9, '65 



Wounded, Seyen Pines May 31; Frazier's Farm 

June 30, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
Orderly Sergeant May 10, '62: wounded Seven 

Pines May 31, '62. 

Lost arm at Chancellorsville; discharged May 3, 
63. 



Corporal; killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62, 



Promoted Sergeant; killed at Fredericksburg Dec- 
ember 13, '62. 

Wounded at Frazier's Farm, June 30, '62. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John W. Starke 

•* Alexander Moseley 

A. M. Carlisle 

1st Lieutenant — 
C. Seton Fleming 



David L. Dunham 



July 13, 
July 13, 



MUSTERED 



July 13, '61 



July 13, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



July 13, '61 April 



'65 



and Lieutenant — 

J. E. Caine July 

William B. Watson [July 

3rd Lieutenant — 

F. Baya 'July 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Alverson, J. C 

Anderson, J. P. T... 

Baisden, George 

Baker, F 

Baker, J. D 

Baltzell. Frank 

Beaslev, E 

Bennett, P. J 

Bishop, James E 

Bovde, T. C 

Bradley, B. H 

Bradley, R 

Brown, B. F 



Burroughs, B. Maxwell 



Burroughs, Eben W 
Butler, R. S 



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'65 



Retired on reorganization May 10, '62. 

2nd Lieutenant, re-enlisted May, '62; promoted 

Capt. May, '62; then Major. 
Corporal, re-enlisted May 10, '62 and promoted 

1st Lieutenant, then Captain '64; wounded, 

Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; captured 
and exchanged Aug. 5. and reported for duty, 
promoted Adjutant of 2nd Regiment, Captain 
Company G. 2nd Regiment; killed at Cold Har- 
bor June 3, '64. 

2nd Sergeant, promoted, 1st Lieutenant, wounded, 
Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gaines' Farm June 27, 
'62, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; captured at 
Gettysburg, imprisoned on Johnson's Island, 
detailed Feb. '65. 

Retired at reorganization. 

1st Sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant, May 10, '62 

Died on Johnson's Island Feb. 23, '64; Grave No. 
159. 



April 



'65 



April 
April 



'65 



Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 

Musician. 

Re-enlisted May 10, '62. 

Wour.ded, Seven Pines May 31, '62» 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Re-enlisted May 10. '62; wounded, Gaines' Farm 

June 27, '62. 
Promoted Sergeant, re-enlisted May 10, '62; trans- 
ferred to Company F, 1st Cavalry, Dismounted 
Tenn., and promoted Captain, wounded, Fra- 
zier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Seven Pinee. 

May 31. '62. 



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Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Caine, A.. 



July 13, '61 



Caine, C 

Cason, J 

Cason, W 

Chandler, J. L 



Crabtree, Henry 

Crabtree, James 

Davis, E 

Davis, J. J 

Dent, W 

Drawdy, B 

Dunham, H. C 

Dupont, B. E 

Dupont, T. B 

DuPont, W. Abram.. 

Fleming, Francis P... 



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Gallagher, Joseph. 
Gray, John J 



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Grover, D L.. 



Harper, T. W 

Harris, S. B 

Hatch, J. L 

Hawes, George E 

Hemmingway, J. A. 



Hickman, H. J 

Hogans, J. R 

Holliman, George.. 



Hull, E 

Hull, J. T.. 



Humphreys, Edward C. 
Ivers, John 



Ivers, William. 



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Jeffrey, J. A 

Jennings, Wm. H. 

Joiner, J. B 

Jones, D. F 

Jones, J. H 

Jones, William 



Llambias, J. F 

Llambias, M. G 

Latham, H 

Livingsten, J. H 

Maxwell, D. Elwell. 



Medcis, F 

Minor, J 

Moore, A. M 

Moore, L. H 

O'Toole, J. J 

Paine, J 

Papy, Marino 

Pellicio, Peter 

Perry, M. S 

Pharr, E 

Randell, W 

Redd, Raymond Jenkes.. 

Russell, J. A 

Sadler, N. B 

Sanchez, E. C 

Sanchez, M. R 

Sapp, O 

Sapp, S 

Sharpe, J. M 

Sharpe, J. P 

Sheldon, George 



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Re-enlisted May 10, '62 

May 31, '62. 
Re-enlisted May 10, '62. 



wounded, Seven Pines 



July 13, '61 



May 



'65 



July 13, '61 



July, 13 '61 



April 9, '65 



Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Frazier's 
Farm June 30, '62; captured at Gettysburg, 
imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Re-enlisted May 10, '62; paroled from prison at 
close of war. 

Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Ellison's Mill 
June 26, '62. 



Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Seven Pines 

May 31, '65. 
Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded Seven Pines 

May 31, '62, killed in service. 
Re-enlisted May 5, '62; transferred to western 

army, promoted, 1st Lieutenant and Sergeant 

assigned to Co. D 1st Regiment Cavalry in Tenn. 
Re-enlisted May '62; wounded, Seven Pines May 

31, '62. 
Corporal, re-enllsted May 5, '62; wounded at 

Williamsburg May 5, '62; Gaines' Farm June 27, 

'62. 



Re-enlisted May 5, '62; wounded, Gaines' Farm 

June 27, '62. 
Corporal, wounded at Williamsburg, May 5, '62 

Re-enlisted May 5, '62; killed at Frazier's Farm 

June 3, '62. 
Re-enlisted May 2, '62; wounded, Williamsburg 

May 5, '62; Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Re-enlisted May 5, '64; wounded Seven Pines 

May 31, '62. 
Re-enlisted May '62; wounded Gaines' Farm June 

27, '62; Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded, Chancellorsville 

May '63, 
Killed, 2nd battle of Manassas. 
Re-enlisted May ,'62; killed .Seven Pines Mav 31, 

'62. 
Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded .Seven Pines May 

31, '62; transferred to Co. H 2nd Cavalry. 
Corporal. 



.Re-enlisted Mav '62; wounded, Chancellorsville 
May, 1863. 



April 



'65 



Sergeant, killed in service, 



Re-enlisted May, '62; transferred to 1st Dismount- 
ed Cavalry, wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3, '62; 
promoted Corporal May, '62; Captain '63, Com- 
pany D 1st Cavalry Dismounted, Army Tenn. 

Re-enlisted May, '62; July 28, '64; wounded, 
Gettysburg July 3, '64, captured and imprisoned 
at Fort Delaware. 



Musician. 

Killed. Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Sergeant, re-enlisted May 6, '62; Jan. 28, '64, 

wounded mortally at Wilderness May 5, '64; 

promoted 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant 2nd 

Florida Regiment. 
Re-enlisted Mav, '62; wounded, Gettysburg July 

4, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



93 



Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
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30, '63. 
































Terrell, G. W 






Tolle, P. H 








April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Walker, A. T 


June, '62; Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Warren, J. C 
















Wightman, A. J J( — * 







Roll Company I (Jasper Blues) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Henry J. Stewart... 
Moses L. Duncan... 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



July 13, 
July 13, 



1st Lieutenants- 
John Q. Stewart July 

James M. Underwood July 

2nd Lieutenants- 
Henry De Loach July 

John W. Hall July 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, McPherson B 

Bancroft, Henry 

Bellotte, Henry 



Bellotte, John 

Bellotte, William.. 



July 
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July 

July 
July 



Boyde, William I July 

Bryant, Brown July 

Bryan, Phet iJuly 

Bryan, Reed Asa 'July 

Bryant, William A 'July 



Byrd, William 

Cason, Willie E 

Cheshire, John R 

Cheshire, Nathaniel 

Cheshire, Thomas 

demons, James 

Coalson, Ross L 

Cockfieki, Solomon 

Cross, Benjamin F 

Cross, Edward 

Calbreath, Lewis 

Daniel, S. W 

Day, James H 

Day, Thomas 

De Loach, Zachariah.. 

Demere, John F 

Demary, Hardy S 

Dormany, James A 

Dozier, James 

Eliiot, James M 

Farrell, Thos 

Findley, James 

Fletcher, Joshua E 

Gerry, Chas. E. W 

Grant, John 

Green, Riley 

Groonstine, Henry C. 

Hall, Francis M 

Hall, James A 



Hall, Scott N July 13 

Harris, Elias L July 13 



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April 9 '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Retired at reorganization May 10, '62. 
2nd Lieutenant, promoted Captain, May 10, '62; 
resigned October 29, '63. 

Retired at reorganization May 10, '62. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

2nd Lieutenant, killed at Culpepper Court House 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3, '62. 

Williamsburg, May 5, '62; Frazier's Farm June 
I 30, '62. 
Died in service. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 30, '62; Gettysburg 

July 3, '63. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 

Died in service. 



April 9, '65 



Feb. 28, '62 
April 9, '65 



Feb. '62 

April 9, '65 



Sept. 



'63 



Feb. 28, '62 



April 9, '65 



Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded mortally at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; 

died in Richmond Field Hospital. 
Because insane. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 
Deserted. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 5, '62. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 



Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Cause : insane. 

Corporal. 

Cause : disability, wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 

'63; lost left arm. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 



Sergeant, died March 1, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, 



'62. 



Reported died in prison, Feb. 28, '62. 

Sergeant, wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '65. 

Discharged from Fort Delaware at close of War; 
wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62 and cap- 
tured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



94 



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Roll Company I (Jasper Blues) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Higden, William H.. 

Holmes, Henry A 

Jackson, Henry D .... 
Jackson, William G.. 

Johns, A. J 

Kelly, H. G. W 

Kent, Jackson 

Kindrick, John 

King, Ziba 



Langford, George 

McCormick, James 

Mclnnis, Edward 

Mclnnis, John 

McLeod, William H. H.. 
McNesee, William T. M. 



Matthis, Bungan 

Matthis, Charlten 

Matthis, Kelton 

Matthis, William 
Mitchell, Samuel A. 

Morrow, Daniel 

Nelson, Jesse 

Nelson, John. 

Nobles, John A 

Overstreet, John C 
Overstreet, S. T 



MUSTERED 



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July 13, 

July 13, 

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July 13, 

Julv 13, 

Julv 13, 

July 13, 



Julv 13, 

Julv 13, 

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Overstreet, Thomas L July 13, 

Overstreet, William R July 13, 

Parr, John. ...„. Julv 13, 

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July 13, 

July 13, 

July 13, 
13, 



Perry, John R 

Perry, Owen F 

Purviance, John S 

Penningten, Jesse 

Penningten, Walter P 

Powell, Lewis P July 



Rouse, Ira S 

Shirley, Calvin 

Shiver, George 

Shiver, Isaac — ... 

Sills, James 

Slade, William 

Starling, Thomas C... 

Stewart, David M 

Stringheard, William.. 

Sutton, W. R 

Taylor, James W 

Thomas, Caswell 

Thombley, Edward 



Tootle, William W 

Walden, Lemuel 

Walker, Berry 

Walker, Nathan B 

Watson, Thomas J. 

Watson, William C 

Williams, Washington. 



Willis, Jesse 

Willis, William.: 

Worre, Pleasant 

Woodle, Ansel 

Woodward. M. F. F.. 



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Julv 13, 

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July 13, 

July 13, 

July 13, 

July 13, 

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July 13, 

Julv 13, 

July 13, 



Julv 13, 

Julv 13, 

Julv 13, 

July 13, 

July 13, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 
Feb. 28, '62 



April 9, 65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Feb. 28, '62 



April 9, '65 
Feb. 28, '62 



Sergeant, died in service. 



Reported discharged Feb. 28, '63. 

Died in service. 

Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Reported as a deserter Feb. 28, '62; (Record 
taken from roll March 1, '62; signed by Lieut.- 
St. Geo. Rogers and Capt. Stewart.) 

Reported discharged Feb. 28, '62. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Died in service. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Promoted Sergeant, killed at Gettysburg. 

Wounded, Frazier's Farm Junel30, '62; promoted 
Sergeant May 10, '62. 

Reported discharged Feb. 28, '62. 

Reported discharged Feb. 28, '61. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Transferred to Medical Department as Assistant 

Surgeon April ,'63. 
Wounded, Seven Pines, died in service. 
Discharged prior to Feb. 28, '62. 
Musician, discharged prior to Feb. 28, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Sergeant, discharged prior to Feb. 28, '62. 
Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3, '62. 
Re-enlisted for the War; was hung in Washington 

with Mrs. Suratt. 
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Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 



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Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at 

Fort Delaware. 
Reported dead Feb. 28, '62. 



Corporal, Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62 

Killed, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Discharged prior Feb. 28, '62. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Frazier's 

Farm June 30, '62; promoted Corporal May 10. 

'62. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Deserted to the enemy at Culerkey, Florida. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 27, '62. 



Incorporated in the above is a copy of a roll of 
Companv I; Henrv J. Stewart, Commander, 
Wynns' Mill, March 1, 1862. The facts set forth 
as to a death discharge, commitment to asylum 
and desertion are certified to by Capt, Stewart 
and by S. St. Geo. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel 2nd 
Florida and Inspecting and Mustering Officer. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company K (Davis Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



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OFFICERS,, 

Captains — 

George W. Call.. 



A. C. Butler 

John B. G. Oneil.. 



1st Lieutenant — 
E. C. Simkins 

2nd Lieutenant — 
Oscar Stewart 

3rd Lieutenant — 
James F. Tucker.. 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, W. A 



Arnold, George 

Batton, Robert N... 

Black, Alexander 

Blanchard, C. W 

Blitch, Joseph 

Bowden, James F.... 

Brand, Henery 

Brantley, G. C 

Brockingten, R. W. 

Bryan, S. P 

Burkeet, John 

Butler, Allen 

Butler, L. M. 

Butler, Martin 

Byce, Jonathan 

Cameron, George 

Carvane, George 

Clark, Labun J 

Cole, Richard 

Cooper, M. R 

Cowden, Samuel 

Curtis, F. O 

Darby, John W 

De Cottes, E, F 

Demot, J 

Drummond. J. B... 

Duke, N. B 

Durrance, George.... 

Edwards, J. F 

Edwards, T. H 

Eddy, Jock 

Etkens, Loit 

Floyd, Samuel. 

Fountain, David 

Futch, Isaac 

Gibbs, J. C 

Gillett, Robert 

Given, Thomas W.. 



Gray, Allen 

Green, Edward 

Gould, J. D 

Groomstine, H. C... 

Gwvnn. James 

Hall, I. J 

Harris, F. W 

Ham son, Ephnam.. 



Harville, Samuel 

Hatcher, William 

Hewritt, John 

Higgenbotham, Aaron. 

Highsmith, S. J 

Hodge, Westbury B 

Hyams, M. E 

Jackson, Wyatt 

Jennings, W. H 

Johnson, George 

Johnson, John 

Johnson, W. C 

Kilburn, Theo. E 

Koerner, P. W. O 

Lany, Nathaniel 

Mercer, W. J 

Miller, John 

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Moore, L 



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Promoted Major, May 10, '61; Killed at Seven 

Pines, May 31, '61. 
2nd Lieutenant, promoted Capt. May 10, '62; 

killed, Seven Pines, May 31, '62. 
Sergeant, promoted 1st Lieutenant, May 10, '62; 

promoted Capt. June '62 on death of Capt. 

Butler; wounded at Seven Pines, May 31, '62. 

Retired May 10, '62, at reorganization. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Wounded, Williamsburg, May 5, '62; promoted 

Sergeant May 10, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines, May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg, July 2, '63. 
Killed, Frazier's Farm June 26, '62. 
Sergeant. 

Corporal. 



Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
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Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62,. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Musician. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Transferred, 8th., promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. 

K, promoted Q. M. Sergeant. 
Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30 '62. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



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Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 



Wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 



Corporal. 

Wounded, Petersburg, Va. April 3, '65. 

Sergeant. 

Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



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Roll Company K (Davis Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
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REMARKS. 



Manson, J. M 

Murphy, P 

Nolan, John 

Pacetti, Louis 

Parrish, John W 

Philips H. L 

Philips, W. N 

Reddick, Francis 

Reddick, George 

Reddick, Peter 

Reed, H. C 

Rollins. Thos. N 

Rowell, W. J. J 

Roux, Edwin 

Russell, R. H 

Russell, R. R 

Sabal, E. T 

Sanders, W. H 

Sanders, T. W 

Saunders, T 

Sheilces, Edwane 

Skinner, Oliver 

Salee, W. F 

Speers, John 

Stewart, George 

Stewart, Henery 

Taylor, Ephriam 

Tomlinson, N. N 

Tomlinson, William 

Walker, L. F 

Walker, P. J 

Walsh Valentine 

Ward, Patrick 

Wilkenson, J. W 

Williams William ... 

Wright, Abner 

Wright, Augustus .... 

Wright, Mitchell 

Wright, William 

Young, Henery 



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Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mills June 26, '62. 

Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Musician. 

Killed, Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 



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Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, Seven Pines 
Mav 31, '62; promoted Sergeant May 10, '61, 
Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded, Gaines' Farm, June 27, '61. 



Roll Company L (Madison Rangers) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William P. Pillans 

Thomas A. Perry 

W. H. H. Rogers 

W. H. Croom 

1 st Lieutenant — 
J. R. Kimbrew 

2nd Lieutenants — 

F. J. B. Fox 

James T. Mathis 

3rd Lieutenants — 

T. M. Anderson 

L. Maynard Perry 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, J. T. C 

Allen, M. P 

Arnold, E. J 

Arnold, R. N 

Barker, Jerry 

Bird, J. A 

Bishop, J. T 

Boatwright, John W 

Bonds, R. O 

Bonds, Sanford 

Boyette, H 



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REMARKS. 



Resigned May 10, '62, at reorganization. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; killed, Seven 

Pines May 31, '62. 
Corporal; promoted 1st Lieutenant May 10, '62; 

Captain; killed at Chancellorsville April, '63. 
Promoted Corporal, Lieutenant, then Captain. 

Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10, ]62; 
then 1st Lieutenant; wounded, Seven Pines 
May 31, '62 and disabled jn '64. 

Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; retired at 
reorganization; re-enlisted in Florida Light Ar- 
tillery. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; retired May 10, '62; 

died at home in '62. 
1st Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded 

and disabled at Rappahanock Station. 

Wounded, Ellison's Mills June 26, '62. 



Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded at Seven Pines May 31 , '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company L (Madison Rangers) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



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Burleson, Daniel D July 

Burney, C July 

Carver, Elijah July 

Carver, J. N July 

Carver, S. B July 

Crawford, N July 

Cruce, T. O July 

Dampeir, E July 

Drew, J. M July 

Easters, J. S July 

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Edwards, Wiley July 

Eggitt, J. H July 

Espy, James G July 

Evers, David K July 

Ezzell, J. H July 

Fox, F. J. B July 

Green, Evers E July 

Green, R July 

Hernden, G. M July 

Hogan, J. C July 

Hogan, T. M July 

Horten, J. J July 

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Lanier, Benjamin July 

Lanier, Clem July 

Lee, John July 

Lee, Levi July 

Lewis, F iJuly 

Lewis, Thomas July 

McAlpine, Daniel M ...July 

McLeod, Benjamin I July 

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Odum, George W July 

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Quiet, J. H Ijuly 

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Rowell, J. R July 

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Skipper, Needhum 'July 

fSmith, S. J July 

Stanford, J. H July 

Stephens. James July 

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Sutten, J. H Ijuly 

Tompkins, S. D 'July 

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Wheeler, J.N... 
Wilder. E. M 
Wilder. F. W .... 
Wilder, J. M ... 
Wilder, J. S 
Wilder, T. J 
Wilder, R. H 
Watson, James 

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Promoted Corporal; killed at Williamsburg May 

5, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Promoted Corporal; killed, Seven Pines May 31, 

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Died at Danville. 

Musician; wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Killed, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



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Discharged, '63; insanity. 

April 9, ',65Promoted Corporal. 

Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 

Promoted Sergeant; discharged honorably; 

9, '65| wounded Sharpsburg April 17, '62; lost left leg. 
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Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 
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Wounded, Seven Pines May 3, '62. 
Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; captured at 
Gettysburg; discharged from prison May, '65. 

Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



Sergeant; wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; also 
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Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 



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'65 Wounded, Bristow Station October 14, '63; Pe- 
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Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62. 
Killed at Frazier's Farm June 26, '62. 
Killed at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62. 



Promoted 1st Sergeant; re-enlisted and was killed 
in battle of Olustee February, '64. 



98 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company M (Howell Guards) — 2nd Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
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REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

George W. Parkhill.. 
Richard C. Parkhill. 

Elliott L. Hampton. 



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Amos Whitehead... 
John Day Perkins. 



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Bailey. 

Julian Betton 



i st Lieutenant — 
John W. Eppes. 



2nd Lieutenants — 
Robert H. Partridge. 
William A. Ball 



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ENLISTED MEN. 

Akard, John 

Alexander, Robert T 

Armstrong, N. A 

Avers, Henry 

Baker, Montford J 

Barkley, Thadius S 

Bentley, Reid M 

Billingsley, Henry C 

Bowen, George A 

Brannon, J. R. B 

Brown, Edd. D 

Brown, Gustavus 

Bryant, Jeremiah 

Bryant, R .....i 

Campbell, Neil 

Carman, Albert V 

Carman, Samuel A 

Chason, Claborn 

Chason, Owen 

Chestnut, David 

Clear, William M 

Coker, John 

Connelly, Thomas 

Corniff , Daniel 

Corniff, Patrick 

Demilly, John T 

Denmark, Jasper 

Denmark, Newton 

Denmark, S 

Dice, George 

Dillon, Michael 

Dobson, John N 

Donaldson, Henry 

Duffy, Patrick 

Dyke, James H 

Easters, Giles T 

Ellis, Charles T 

Eppes, Nicholas W 

Falon, Patrick 

Footman, John Maxwell 

Fulford, Jordan 

Fulford, P 

Green, James 

Gregory, John R 

Hampton, B. Wade 

Hargrove, J 

Hargrove, James W 

Herndon, Green L 

Herndon, James W 

Herndon, Jerrott 

Herndon, Nathaniel G. L 

Holland, Nathaniel W 

Horn, R. Benjamin M 

Hoyle, William H 

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Killed, Gaines' Farm June, '62. 

3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain, '62; wounded 
at Frazier's Farm; resigned latter part of '62. 

3rd Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant Decem- 
ber 27, '61; then Captain; killed at Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 

Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant December '61; 
wounded and disabled at Sharpsburg; resigned. 

1st Corporal; promoted Lieutenant; then Captain; 
wounded and disabled at Gettysburg; captured 
and imprisoned at Cape Henry and Point Look- 
out; exchanged March 9, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant December 29, '61; then Cap- 
tairt* wounded July 2, '63 at Gettysburg. 

1st Lieutenant; resigned May, '61; in August was 
commissioned as regular Surgeon in C. S. A. by 
James Seldon, Secretary of War; also served as 
Surgeon in Cavalry. 

Resigned. 

Corporal; promoted Lieutenant; captured at Get- 
tysburg. 



Deserted _ 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Deserted August 21, '61. 

Discharged November 23, '61, for rheumatism. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Transferred to Co. K, then Co. A, 6th Infantry. 



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Promoted Sergeant. 
Died November 7, '61. 



Deserted September 27, '61. 

Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; deserted. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; re-enlisted Jan- 
uary 28, '64. 
Transferred to Gamble's Battery. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Lost an arm. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 



Transferred to Navy September 25, '61, 

Died at hospital in Richmond November 25, '61. 

2nd Sergeant and Drill master; transferred to Co. 

C, 5th Infantry. 
Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
Wounded at Evansport, Va., December 31, '61. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



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2nd Corporal. 
Discharged December, 

Died in Richmond. 



'61; furnished substitute. 



Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; also at 
Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62; at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Deserted August 21, '61. 



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(Continued.) 



Ivey, James M. 



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Jerkins, Richard A, Aug. 

Johnson, Abram B Aug. 

Jerkins, R. A Aug. 

Julian, David B Aug. 

Kent, Reuben lAug. 

Kindon, Edward T .... Aug. 

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Kindon, T. E. W. 
Lawrence, Theodore. 

Lee, Allen M 

Lewis, Elery 

Lewis, James Aug. 

McCants, Joseph L-. Aug. 



Paine, A 

Papy, Francisco B. 



Palmer, Johnathan R. 



Porter, Edward L 

Rogers, David C 

Roney, Micheal 

Sealey, James J 

Sherrod, John 

Sherrod, William J 

Shewman. William W, 

Shine, Thomas J 



Sirles, R. W 

Spratt, John H .. 

Strickland, Jackson. 

Strickland, John 

Sturgis, Duhart, 

Sturgis, Robert D... 



Sunns, John 

Sweatman, Francis M. 

Taylor, Green B 

Taylor, John W 

Triplett, Thomas W 



Turnbull, Junius. 

Ward, Simon P. 
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Williams, Chesley 

Williams, George C. .. 
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Discharged December 3, '61. 

Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 



'Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 
(Died, typhoid fever, hospital Dumphries, 
December 21, '61. 



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Promoted to Sergeant December 29, '61; killed'at 
Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62. 

Discharged September 9, '61, by order of Secre- 
tary of War. 

Discharged October 31, '61; ill health; order Sec- 
retary of War. 

In hospital at surrender. 

Died hospital Richmond October 18, '61. 



Died Richmond hospital September 26, '61. 

Wounded Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; Gettys- 
burg July 1, '63. 

Transferred to Davis' Regular Cavalry as Ser- 
geant-Major November 7, '61. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Died Danville, Va., December 1, '61. 

Wounded Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Died hospital Richmond September 23, '61. 

Promoted to Corporal August 12, '61. 

Wounded Gaines' Farm June 27; Frazier's'Farm 
June 30, '62. 

Deserted July 31, '62. 

Deserted at Richmond, Va., September 27, '61. 



Discharged by order of General French; substi- 
tute furnished. 

Promoted to 3rd Sergeant December 29, '61; pro- 
moted 1st Sergeant. 

Died at hospital Richmond November 28, '61. 

Promoted Sergeant; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 
'63. 

Died at hospital Richmond, Va., September 12, '61 

Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62. 

Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; captur- 
ed Gettysburg. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



THIRD FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The 3rd Florida Regiment was organized in July, 1861, and mustered 
into the Confederate service August 10, 1861, on Amelia Island and was com- 
posed of the following companies : Jacksonville Light Infantry, Duval county 
(Co. A), Capt. Holmes Steele; St. Augustine Blues, St. Johns county (Co. B), 
Capt. John Lott Philips; Hernando Guards (Wild Cats), Hernando county 
(Co. C), Capt. Walter Terry Saxon; Wakulla Guards, Wakulla county (Co. 
D), Capt. Daniel L. Frierson; Jefferson Beauregards, Jefferson county (Co. 
E), Capt. Daniel E. Bird; Cow Boys, Duval county (Co. F), Capt. Lucius A. 
Hardee; Madison Grey Eagles, Madison county (Co. G), Capt. Thomas Lang- 
ford; Jefferson Rifles, Jefferson county (Co. H) Capt. William O. Girardeau; 
Dixie Stars, Columbia county (Co. I), Capt. Jesse B. Wood; Columbia and 



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Suwannee Guards (Co. K), Capt. William Parker. An election of officers was 
held July 25, 1861. William S. Dilworth was elected Colonel; Arthur J. T. 
Wright, Lieutenant -Colonel; Lucius A. Church, Major. They were all mem- 
bers of the Regiment. Colonel Dilworth had enlisted as a private in the 
Jefferson Beauregards. Lieutenant -Colonel Wright was in command of the 
Columbia and Suwannee Guards, and Major Church was Lieutenant of the 
Madison Grey Eagles. 

The Regimental Staff was as follows: Capt. Henry R. Teasdale as Quar- 
termaster; he was afterward promoted Major and made District Quarter- 
master for Florida with his station at Lake City; Capt. E. Yulee, Commissary; 
Hill, Surgeon; Dr. D. Cam, Assistant Surgeon; Lieut. J. O. A. Gerry, Adju- 
tant; David "Lewis, Sergeant Major; W. T. Moseley, Jr., Quartermaster 
Sergeant; P. E. Lowe, Commissary Sergeant. 

The Blues, Captain Philips, and the Jefferson Beauregards, Captain Bird, 
were stationed at St. Augustine; the Jacksonville Light Infantry, Captain 
Steele, and the Cow Boys, Captain Hardee, were stationed at the Bluff, near 
the mouth of the St. Johns; the other six companies of the Regiment were 
stationed at Fort Clinch, on Amelia Island near Fernandina. The Regiment 
saw but little active service during the first year of its organization, but did a 
great deal of hard work throwing up sand batteries on Amelia and Tolbert 
Islands and the defences in the eastern part of the State. 

Companies E and H, under Captain Bird, were sent during the winter to 
New Smyrna to protect Government stores brought in from Nassau. In 
March, 1862, a detachment under Capt. Mathew H. Strain, who had succeeded 
Girardeau, engaged a number of launches from the Federal blockading ves- 
sels, which were attempting to land and destroy the stores; nearly all the 
occupants of the launches were killed, wounded or captured. 

Earfy in 1862 the Confederate Government determined to shorten its 
lines of defense and abandon its works at the mouth of the St. Johns River 
and Amelia Island, and these last were occupied by the Federals about March 
12. 

On the night of March 24th Lieut. Thomas E. Strange of Co. K, and 
Lieut. Charles H. Ross and Frank Ross of Co. I, 3rd Florida, with ten volun- 
teers, attacked the Federal picket at the " Brick Church," which stood where 
LaVilla Junction now stands, kill ng 4 and capturing 3 of the Federals; in 
this skirmish Lieutenant Strange was mortally wounded. After the evacua- 
tion of Fernandina and St. Johns Bluff, the companies not engaged in the 
Smyrna expedition were stationed at Cedar Keys. 

In May the entire Regiment for the first time was brought together in 
camp at Midway, Gadsden county, preparatory to taking up its march for the 
Western Army, then in northern Mississippi. Many of the companies had 
already re-enlisted for the war and under the laws enacted for the reorganiza- 
tion of the Confederate army the term of all was extended and it was deemed 
best to have a re-election of officers to serve permanently with the company. 

The election resulted in the choice of the following Field Officers, Staff 
appointments and Captains: Colonel, W. S. Dilworth; Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Lucius A. Church: Major, Edward Mashburn; Quartermaster, Captain Hick- 



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man; Commissary, Capt. D. Lewis; Surgeon, Doctor Cam; Assistant Sur- 
geon, Dr. M. C. W. Jordan; Adjutant, H. Steele; Sergeant Major, C. H. Steb- 
bins; Commissary Sergeant, P. E. Lowe; Ordnance Sergeant, Theodore 
Bridier; Quartermaster Sergeant, William P. Moseley; Hospital Steward, 
B. Frank Moseley. Co. A, Captain, John B. Oliveres; Co. B, John Lotts 
Philips; Co. C, Walter Terry Saxon; Co. D, Daniel L. Freirson; Co. E, Daniel 
B. Bird; Co. F, Albert Drisdale; Co. G, Thomas L. Langford; Co. H, Mathew 
H. Strain; Co. I, Charles H. Ross; Co. K, William G. Parker. 

The Regiment remained in camp about three weeks. During this time 
a beautiful silk banner with the motto " We Yield but in Death," was pre- 
sented to the Regiment by one of the ladies of Jefferson county. 

Shortly after the middle of the month of May the Regiment broke camp, 
marched to the Chattahoochee River and went by steamers to Columbus, 
then b}" rail to Montgomery; and after a short detention there was sent to 
Mobile, where the orders to proceed to Bragg's army in Mississippi were coun- 
termanded and the Regiment put on duty to guard and patrol the city, where 
they remained for several months. 

Early in August of 1862 the Regiment was ordered to Chattanooga and 
went into camp at the foot of Lookout Mountain, near the Tennesse 1 River. 
After remaining there for a short t'.me the 3rd crossed the Tennessee and was 
assigned to the brigade of Gen. John C. Brown of Tennessee, Gen. Patton 
Anderson's division. The regiments composing Brown's Brigade were the 1st 
and 3rd Florida and 41st Mississippi. 

The Army of Tennessee encamped for a few days in the beautiful Sequat- 
chee Valle} 7 ; then it took up its line of march across the Cumberland Moun- 
tains into middle Tennessee and northward toward the Kentucky line, cross- 
ing the Cumberland River above Nashville and entered Kentucky in Monroe 
county. Then proceeded directly to Green River, near which a brigade of 
4,000 Federal troops were captured. After a few days' delay, anticipating 
the approach of Buell's Army, the Army of Temiessee on September 20th 
moved toward Louisville, Kentucky, and for two weeks were camped at 
different points; part of the time a few miles from Bardstown. The move- 
ments of the Federal forces caused General Bragg to shift his position and on 
October 8th the two armies confronted each other at Perry ville, where the 
3rd lost heavily. Capt. D. B. Bird, who commanded the Regiment during 
most of the time after it left Chattanooga, fell mortally wounded, late on the 
afternoon of the 8th. 

From Perryville the army fell back until it again reached Chattanooga 
in December, where the decimated ranks of the 1st and 3rd Regiments were 
consolidated, the 3rd forming the right wing of the consoldated regiment, 
and this it continued through all its subsequent history. The consolidated 
Regiment shared in all the subsequent movements of Bragg's Army back to 
east and forward to middle Tennessee, where, as a part of Breckinridge's 
Division it took part in the battle of Murfreesborough, where, out of its 531 
men it lost 138 killed, wounded and miss ng, and the other engagements of 
that campaign. Early in the summer of 1863 the Regiment, under Brecken- 
ridge, was ordered to Mississippi and was on the Big Black when Vicksburg 



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was surrendered; afterward was engaged in the siege at Jackson, Miss. After 
the close of the Mississippi campaign the consolidated regment returned to- 
Northern Georgia in time to take part in the battle of Chickamauga and 
Missionary Ridge. The Regiment was in all the subsequent movements with 
the Army in Northern Georgia, which opened early in the spring of 1864 and 
extended from Chattanooga to Atlanta, thence onward to Middle Tennessee 
under Hood, and finally back through Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and 
North Carolina to Durham Station, near Greensboro, N. C, April 26, 1865. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 3rd Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
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REMARKS. 



Colonel — 

William Scott Dilworth. 
Lieutenant-Colonels" — 

Arthur J. T. Wright 

Lucius A. Church 



July 23, '61 



Julv 23, 
July 23, 



E. Mashburn 

Majors — 

E. Mashburn 

John Lott Philips 

George A. Ball 

Surgeons — 

Hill 

D. Carn 

E. G. Clay 

Charles Hardee 

Assistant Surgeons — 

M. G. W. Jordan 

Adjutants — 

Lieut. J. 0. A. Gerry 

Lieut. David Lewis 

Lieut. Holmes Steele 

Charles H. Stebbins 

Sergeant Major — 

David Lewis 

Charles H. Stebbins 

J. S. R. Snow 

Quartermasters — 

Capt. H. R. Teasdale 

Captain Hickman 

Capt. Charles H. Collins 

Commissary — 

Capt. E. Yulee 

Capt. D. Lewis 

Quartermaster Sergeant — 

William P. Moseley 

Commissary Sergeant — 

P. E. Love 

Ordnance Sergeant — 

Theo Bridier 

Hospital Steward — 

B. Frank Moseley xtt.. 

Chaplain — 

W. J. Duval 



July 23, '61 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Retired at reorganiation May 10, 62. 

Promoted from Major at reorganization; resigned 

'63. 
Promoted from Major on resignation of Church. 



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Promoted Major; resigned March 30, '63. 



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Resigned, ill health; died of consumption. 
Promoted to Captain and Commissary. 
Transferred to Medical Department. 
Promoted from Sergeant-Major. 



Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 
Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 

Promoted Major and Quartermaster District of 
Florida. 



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Transferred. 

Resigned November 23, '63. 



(Resigned February 1, '64. 



Roll Company A (Jacksonville Lignt Infantry) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Holmes Steele 



John B. Oliveros ... 
Aristides Doggett. 



MUSTERED 



Aug. '61 

July 13. '61 



MUSTERED 
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April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Resigned November, '61; promoted Adjutant May 
'62; transferred to Medical Department as Sur- 
geon. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain November '61; 
wounded, disabled at the battle of Perryville 
and resigned. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant Nov- 
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Roll Company A (Jacksonville Light Infantry) — 3rd Florida Jnfantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES 


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I st Lieutenants — 










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lost in Kentucky. 


2nd Lieutenants — 

William Caulk 








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ember '62; killed between Chattanooga and 
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ENLISTED MEN. 

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Promoted 1st Sergeant wounded at Perryville 




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Wounded at Murfreesborough January 30; abo 
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Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., January 1 
'63. 


Brodnax, E. C 




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Collins, C. H 


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Mentioned for gallantry at Chickamauga. 
Wounded at Missionary Ridge December 27, '63 






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Gilberth, David 








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Roll Company A (Jacksonville Light Infantry) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



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REMARKS. 



Patterson, Thomas.. 

Perpaul, Charles 

Perpaul, William O. 
Pinkham, Bathlib ... 



Ponce, John 

Redman, James 

Richard, Francis M. 
Robion, Sidney G... 

Sallis, Domatio 

Sheppard, W. D 

Shackelford, A. W... 
Smith, Clarence W.. 

Smith, Henry M.. 

Stewart, Robert 

Strausser, Antonio.. 

Sweet, Henry M 

Walker, George A .... 
Wasson, Charles R.. 
Wingate, Jerry 



Wingate, John G 

Wingate, J. J 

Wingate, Joseph W 
Wingate, Nathan M. 



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Musician. 

Captured near Dallas, Ga., while on picket guard; 

'64; died of consumption at Fort Delaware. 
Corporal; killed battle of Pine Mountain, '62. 
Paroled from Fort Delaware close of war. 
Paroled from Fort Delaware close of war. 



Killed on picket, near Atlanta. 
Corporal; drowned '61. 



Deserted. 

Wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62 and 
captured; after remaining in hospital prison at 
Harrisburg until December '62, was exchanged 
and returned to his company. <t 

Died Chattanooga; buried Chattanooga cemetery. 



April 26, '65 



Roll Company B (St. Augustine Blues) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John Lott Philips 

Charles L. Ridgeley 

1st Lieutenants — 

Lawrence M. Andrews 

Charles Downing Segue 
2nd Lieutenants — 

Irvine, Drysdale 



May 17, '62 



3rd Lieutenants — 

Fatio Dunham Aug. '61 

John B. Butler 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, James W Aug. '61 

Anderson, Andrew Aug. '61 

Andrew, Claudio May '61 

Andrew, Emanuel Aug. '61 

Andrew, Francis Aug. '61 

Andrew, Joseph 

Andrew, Laborn 

Andrew, Nicholas 

Arnow, Francis 

A vice , Alexander 

Bennett , Joseph 

Bennett, Stephen A 

Bravo, Christobal 

Bridier, Henry 

Bridier, Louis D 

Bridier, Theodore F 

Briesh, Charles C. H 

Canova, Andress 

Canova, Antonio L 

Canova. Stephen 

Capo, Philip. Aug. '61 

Cauevas, Stephen Aug. '01 

Coles, George Aug. '61 

Coles, William 

Cook, Samuel L May 30, '61 

Crosby, James Aug. '61 

Dunham, Harry 

Dunham, Oregon Aug. '61 

Fante, John Aug. '61 

Fontain, Tonv Aug. '61 

Foster, C. < i ' 

Genovar, William Aug. '61 

Genovar, Bartolo 



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Promoted to Major. 

Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant. 



April 26, '61 Promoted Lieutenant. 



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Promoted from Lieutenant Junior to 2nd Lieu- 
tenant; wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8 
'62; resigned June 6, '63. 

Promoted from Sergeant to 3rd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Killed, Murfreesborough January '63. 
Disability. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

( !orporal. 

Killed in service. 

Wounded and died in Mobile hospital, '63. 

Promoted Ordnance Sergeant for Regiment. 



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Sergeant; wounded September 20, '6?. 



Musician. 



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Roll Company B (St. Augustine Blues) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Gould, Archibald 

Gould, James M 

Gould, Rutledge 

Handford, George W.. 
Hernandez, Edward... 
Hernandez, Joseph V. 

Hinsey, Jackson 

Hurlburt, James 

Hussey, Genl I 

Irwin, Joseph C 



Irwin, Joseph 

Llambias, Autonio... 

Llambias, John 

Llambias, J. M 

Leonardy, Celestine. 

Leonardy, John 

Leonardy, Joseph 



Leonardy, Philip 

Lopez, Alonzo 

Lopez, Emanuel M 

Masters, Disdario 

Masters, James E 

Master, Paul 

Masters, Peter C 

Mauncy, John 

Mickler, Daniel J 

Mickler, D. L 

Middletown', W. C 

Miller, James A 

Miller, James J 

Miller, John...... '. 

Mirander, William 

Neligan, Henry H 

Neligan, Michael 

Osborn, Emanuel 

Osteen, William E 

Pacetty, Albert 

Pacetti, Bartolo 

Pacetti, Elusebio 

Pacetty, Joseph A 

Padgetti, Martin 

Papano, Isaac 

Papy, Edward A 

Papy, Frank 

Papy, Isadora B 

Papy, John 

Philips, John L 

Philips, Paul G..... 

Pinkham, Batholio 

Pomar, William 

Ponce, Anthony 

Ponce, Bartholow D.... 

Ponce, James 

Ponce, James A 

Ponce, Thomas 

Rose, John A 

Russell, Richard 

Sanchez, James P 

Solana, Joseph M 

Spencer, Joseph 

Stephens, B. H 

Stephens, John M 

Turner, Thomas M. D. 

Usina, Micheal S 

Usina, Domingo 

Watson, James 

Weems, Frank 

Whitby, John A 

Wynn, George W 

Ximanies, R. F 



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Sergeant. 

Wounded in Kentucky' 62; captured and impris- 
oned at Camp Chase, Ohio. 

Died Camp Chase prison, December 12, '64; Grave 

No. 606. 
Died a prisoner in hospital. 



Died in hospital at Danville, Ky. 
Wounded Knoxville, Tenn., May 17, '62. 

Discharged because of wounds; wounded at Perry- 

ville, Ky., October 8, '62. 
Corporal. 

Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62. 
Wounded in Murfreesborough January '63 and at 

Dallas, Ga., May 4, '64. 



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REMARKS. 



Died in prison. 



Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December 
31, '62. 

Died in Florida, '64. 

Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 3, '64. 
Musician. 

Died in hospital. 

Died Camp Douglass prison. 
Promoted Sergeant. 

Captured near Dalton, Ga., January 23, '63; died 
in Fort Delaware of consumption. 

Sergeant. 

Discharged '63; re-enlisted Dickinson's Cavalry. 



Sergeant. 
Killed in battle. 



September 20, '63. 

Wounded and died in hospitaL in Kentucky '62. 

Transferred to Medical Department. 



Killed at Murfreesborough '63. 

Wounded, Chickamauga; Jonesboro; captured, im- 
prisoned at Camp Chase and from there paroled. 



Roll Company C (Hernando Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Walter Terry Saxon. 



July 



'6llApril 26, '65 Re-enlisted May 25, for the war. 



io6 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C (Hernando Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



mastered 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



1st Lieutenants- 
Samuel G. Frierson. 
Joshua Stafford 

2nd Lieutenant — 
David H. Wall 

3rd Lieutenants — 
William D. O'Neill.. 
Charles M. Lang 



Alfred N. Arline 

William M. Lang 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen. Lott, Sr 



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Allen, William T 

Andrews, Enoch H.... 

Atkins, George W 

Baggett, Andrew A... 

Bassett, John F 

Bassett, Josiah B 

Bates, Thomas L 

Bethay, James 

Blackshear, Cicero S.. 

Bowen, Right W 

Bradley, Robert J 

Breaker, Henry M 

Burnham, Aaron T.... 

Brown, Wright W 

Byrd, Judson 



Calahan. Alexander B. 

Chance, John C 

Clark, William R 

Dan, John R 

Danford, George 

Dyess, George 

Ellis, James L 

Ellis, Thomas B 

Eubanks, John 

Gannett, Chauncy 

Hall, S. J 

Hasbon, William I 

Hay, Daniel 

Hay, James A 

Hay, John F 

Hav, Joseph M 

Hay, William B 

Haymans, William C... 

Heisler, John 

Hines, R. J 

Holton, T. J 

Hutzclaw, J. C 

Hines, Rufus I 

Jackson, Evander E 

Johnson, John R 

Jumpp, Thomas 

Kane, Patrick 

Kersey, Thomas 

Landrum, J. Turner 

Lang, James A 

Leggett, William A 

Liles, Samuel H 

Liles, Thomas W 

Lisk, William 

Long, James A 

Long, Thomas J 

McKay, Diegenus 

Mattan, James 

Murden, Isham A 

Wicks, Benjamin 

Nicks, Francis R 

Nevitt, Cornelias Q 



Osborn, George 

Peterson, John L 

Powell, Frank G 

Rickbury, Daniel 

Richbury, Nathaniel 

Rooks, James 

Row, William 

Saxon, Benjamin 

Saxon, Franklen H. E.. 



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April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



June '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 
April 



26, '65 
26, '65 



April 
April 
A] ail 
April 
April 
April 
April 



26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 
April 
April 
April 



26, 65 

26, '65 

26, '65 

26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Resigned at reorganization May, '62. 

Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant 

May, '62. 
Promoted from Sergeant May, '62; died^in hospital. 

Resigned at reorganization '62. 

Promoted from Sergeant; resigned; cause, personal 

reasons. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, 
'63; at Jonesborough, Ga., August '64; at Da las, 
Ga., May '64; promoted Orderly Sergeant; men- 
tioned for gallantry at Chickamauga. 

Died in service. 

Died in hospital at Columbus. Ga., December '63. 

Corporal. 

Transferred '63, to John T. Lisler's Co., Cavalry. 

Killed in battle. 
Died in prison. 



Killed by accident at Fernandina 61. 



Wounded at Perry ville, Ky., and Murfreesborougb 

Tenn. 
Killed in battle. 
Died Camp Chase nrison January 9, '65; Grave 

No. 723. 
Sergeant; killed in battie. 
Killed in battle. 

Killed in battle. 

Died in hospital. 
Died in hospital of wounds. 
Died in Camp Douglass prison. 
Killed in battle. 

From Cam]) Douglass prison, close of war; captured 
at Missionary Ridge, Dec. '64; promoted Serg't. 
Killed in battle. 

Wounded at Atlanta, right cheek and neck. 
Corporal; died in hospital of wounds. 
Killed in battle. 



Killed in battle. 

Killed in battle at Resaca, Ga., '64; 1st Musician 



Killed in battle. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



Promoted Corporal; wounded at Peach Tree Creek. 
Wounded by accident at Fernandina, '61. 



Killed in battle. 

2nd Musician; killed in battle. 



Re-enlisted in 9th Reg. Co. C; hired a substitute 

but later went to Virginia in Co. C, 9th Reg. 
Killed in battle. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded and discharged. 
In hospital during the entire term of service. 
Killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 

Discharged at reorganization; under age.^'62. 
Wounded, Perryville, Ky., '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



107 



Roll Company C (Hernando Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Saxon, James Randolph 
Simmons, Felix 

Simmons, James R. 

Smith, James 

Smith, William H 

Snow, Joseph R 

Soils, John J 

Stafford, Eh W 

Stafford, John M 

Stafford, William H 

Strange, Daniel 

Suhr, Augustus W 

Thigpin, William H 

Thomas, Roland 

Tillett, George 

Tillett, John W 

Zeigler, William W 



MUSTERED 



July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



'61 

'61 April 26, '65 

'61 

'61 

61 
'61 
'til 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'til 
'til 

til 
'til 



April 20, '65 
April 26, '65 



Aug. 



'62 



Killed in battle of Missionary Ridge, Nov. '63. 
Discharged at Fernandina, cause; raised a Co. of 

which he became Captain; (Co. F-8th Inf.). 
Transferred to Co. F, 8th Infantry. 

Killed in battle. 

Sergeant; killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 



Killed in battle. 

Deserted. 

Disability. 

Killed. 

Killed. 



Roll Company D (Wakulla Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Daniel L. Frierson 


July '61 






John L. Ingles 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




1st Lieutenants — 


July 25, '61 
July '61 


panies, D and G. 


Richard C. McMillan 


2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 


T. W. Ross 




2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenants — 

William H. Walker. . 


July '61 
July '61 

July 25, '61 
July 25, '61 
July 25, '61 
July 25, '61 






Josiah R. Bostick 






ENLISTED MEN 

Adkins, John 






Alexander, Amos 






Anderson, Charles W 






Anderson, William U... 






Ashley, Berry 






Ashley, Charles 








Bird, Henry 


July 25, '61 
April 6, '63 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Blackwell, W. R 




Boss, G. E 




Bostick, Joseph C 


July 25, '61 
July 25, '61 






Boyd, John D 






Carraway, Jasper N 






Carter, Jeremiah B 








Chanson, Joseph 








Coggins, J. H 








Cogans, John 


July '62 
July 25, '61 






Core, Arthur S 






Core, John J 




Wounded, Sept. 20, '63. 


Core, William I 


July 25, '61 






Cuthbert, Isaac 






Cuthbert, James J.. . 


July '61 






Cuthbert, John A 






Cuthbert, William H 


July '61 
July '61 
July '61 






Counsel, William 






Dugger, James F 






Dunham, Davison 




re-enlisted in Co. E, 2nd Cav. 
Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 31, '65; grave No. 200. 


Elliot, James B 








Elliot, John R 


July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 






Faircloth, Joshua 




Transferred to Co. I; 5th Regiment. 


Forbes, Columbus 






Gilchrist, William I. ... 






Grant, John 




i 


Gray, J. J 




. j 


Hair, Matthew 




April 26, '65 




Harrell, William H 


July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 




Hart, Daniel 






Hart, Samuel D 












Herning, G. W 







io8 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D (Wakulla Guards) — 3rd Flofida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



Hill. Richard W 

Horn, John W. H 

Hunt. Marghs D. L 

Kellam, W. W. 

Langston, E. E 

Langston, Jesse I 

Langston, L. M. P 

Langston, William I 

Lawhorn, J. M 

Lewis, David 

Lewis, John J 

Lewis, S. P 

McBride, Robert 

McKinnon, Daniel F 

McMillan Lawrence W. 

McMillan, R. C 

Mash, W, H 

Merritt, William 

Milton, C. C 

Moore, Francis M 

Newell, Charles 

Oliver, James S 

Peterson, Gastarus O 

Piggott, Robert R 

Piggott, William N 

Posey, Joseph W 

Revell, Elijah A 

Revell, J. A 



Revell, Samuel K 

Reeves, Mark A 

Roberts, Benjamin M... 

Roberts, G. D 

Roberts, John H 

Roberts, John P 

Roberts, Thomas 

Robertson, Robert P.... 

Sasser, James J... 

Saa?r, Wililam Z 

Simmons, Hilery B. A.. 

Stevens, James A 

Taylor, James W 

Taylor, Robert P 

Thompson, John 

Trice, Ezekiel 

Uker, William 

Ulmer, John L 

Valize, J. F 

Vance, F. M 

Vance, James W. W 

Vance, John E 

Walker, James W 

Walker, Wright W 

Whaley, Thomas E 

Whetstone, Irvine 

Whetstone, Marion 

Williams, Frank M 

Wood, James A 



July 
July 
July 

June 1 , 
June 15, 
Julv 25, 
July 25, 
July 25, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 
July 

July 25, 

July 25, 



July 
Mch. 
Mch. 
July 
July 25, 



July 

July 25, 
July 

July 25, 

July 25, 

May 15, 

July 

July 25, 

July 25, 



July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 

Julv 25, 

July 25, 

July 25, 



Oct. 
July 

July 25, 
July 25, 
July 

July 25, 
July 25, 
July 25, 
April 
July 25, 



Sergeant; transferred to Bird's Co. K, 10th Reg. 
at re-organization, May, '62. 



Wounded at Bentonville, N. C. 



April 26, '65 



May 14, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
June "25, "'64 



April 46, '65 
April" 26," ''65 
June 12," '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
June 18, 



June 18, '65 



Musician. 

Transferred to Co. D, 2nd Reg., Cav. 

Disability; wounded at Resaca Ga., April 14, '64 



Captured at Jonesboro, Ga., '64 and£heldlitt 

prison until close of war. 
Corporal. 



Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 13, '65; grave No. 760. 



Captured and imprisoned at Camp Chase, O, until 
close of the war. 

Wounded, Sept. 20, '63. 



Paroled From Camp Douglass, Illinois. 

Discharged from Camp Douglass at~close~of war. 
Corporal. 



Wounded at Bentonville, N. C, March, '63. 



Roll Company E — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Daniel B. Bird 












April 26, '65 


Corporal; promoted 1st Lieutenant, May, '62; 


1st Lieutenants — 




Captain, November, '62. 


John T. Bailey 








2ndLieutenants — 

William Z. Bailey 






Lieutenant; mortally wounded at Murfrees- 
borough. 


Andrew J. Miller 






from Johnson's Island, June, '65. 
Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



109 



Roll Company E — 3rd Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


3rd Lieutenants — 








| 


Company K, 10th Infantry. 


William H. Ellis 


1 " ' 




ENLISTED MEN. 


| 












1 














y 


Branch. William T 




' 


Brooks, Richard W 














1 










Butler, Mitchell 














1 












Clark, M. J ... 
















Craven, 0. B 
















Cuthbert, J. A 




April 26, '65 




Dixon, William H.. 






















Dotson, William M 






Died in '64. 




July '61 
June '61 










charged. 








































Goettee, Robert R 
























Goza, Peter 


June 27, '64 


April 26, '65 








































































Holt, W. W 


July '61 




























Kellum, John W 


May '61 


June '65 


at Vicksburg. 
Wounded at Chickamaugua Georgia, Sept. 20, '63; 


Kellv, John W 


captured at Nashville, Tennessee, December 6, 










Lee. W. D 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 














April 26, '65 
Feb. '64 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




McMullen, I). J 






Manlev, B. F 










Was captured July 22, '64 and sent to Camp Chase 








Miller, He^ry W 
































O'Neil, Thomas 








Pellham, J. W 








Philips, P. S 








Porter, John T 












April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Porter, W. T 


June 21, til 


Re-enlisted in same Company and paroled at close 
































































Sheffield, J. W 









no 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Slauter, Henry 

Stanley, Iryin 

Stanley, Richard.. 
Stevens, Asher E.. 



Stephens, Hubbard 

Streety, William P 

Stokes, Bethel A 

Stroman, John W 

Summerlin Madison.. 

Tanner, William R 

Taylor, E. G 

Turner, J. C 

Ward, Isaiah 

Ward, William 

Whidden, William A.. 

Williams, R. L 

Williamson, Judge 

Whitehurst, William. 



Jan. 



'64 



April 26, '65 



Dec. 15, '61 



May 9, '65 
April 26, '65 



Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, July 

20, '64. 
Musician. 
Musician. 
Corporal. 

Killed at Murfreesborough Tennessee, Dec. 31, '62 
Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee. 



April 26, '65 



Roll Company F (Cow Boys) — 3rd Florida infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Lucius A. Hardee 

Albert Drysdale 

1st Lieutenants — 

J. E. Mickler 

John C. King 

2nd Lieutenant — 

William H. Haddock.. 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Elias Jaudon 

Henry B. Goode 

Thomas Stratton 

James C. West 

Samuel H. Wienges ... 



Aug. 



'61 



Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



Aug. 



'61 



'61 



Aug. 
May 
May 



11. 



'61 

'61 April 26, '65 

'61 April 26, '65 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, John G 

Allen, Lorenzo D 

Bardin, James 

Beggs, C. Pleasant 

Biggs, Charles P 

Bush, Clayton 

Bush, Francis F 

Bush, John C 

Cain, Dempsey 

Carter, Elijah 

Carter, Joseph 

Carter. Levi H 

Clark, Stephen 

Crews, Alexander 

Crews, Harley J 

Crews. S. D 



May 11, '61 



Crow, S. H 

Daniels, James M 

Davis, Timothy T.... 

Davis, William J 

Devvall, James M 

Donald, John M 

Do well, William 

Edwards, James W. 

Falana Romain 

Friar, John 

Gardner James 

Garey, Love 

Garey, William J 

Garrett, Arthur C ... 

Hammond, John 

Hanchey, Daniel A. 
Hansler, Francis J... 

Harris, John J 

Harris, William E... 



Jan. 1, '62 



Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Resigned, May, '62; at reorganization'. 
Promoted Captain, May, '62. 



Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, '63; resigned June 27, 
'64. 



1st Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 
Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 
Wounded, Perryville, October 8, '62. 
Wounded, Decatur, Georgia, July 22, '64; promo- 
ted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Musician. 

Discharged January 9, '63; over age. 

Corporal. 

Died in hospital at Lake City, January 23, '63; of 

disease. 

Musician, promoted Corporal. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Shot at Chickamauga, September 19, '63. 



Captured at Bentonville N. C, imprisoned at 

Point Lookout and paroled June 26 '65. 
Died, Camp Chase August 15, '64; Grave No. 205. 



1st Sergeant. 

Shot at Murfreesborough, December 31, '63. 

Promoted Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



in 



Roll Company F (Cow Boys)— 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Harris, Z. T 

Holmes, James 

Hopkins, J 

Hopkins, H 

Huffingham, James 

Hurlburt, Francis 

Jamison, Peter M 

Jones, Washington L.. 



Jordan, Willam W 

King, Pennelton R 

Linton, Charles A 

Livingston, Joseph 

McDowell, George W 

Morgan. Richard S 

Morris. John S 

O'Neal, VV. C 

O'Steen, Theodore 

Padgett, Martin 

Padgett, Stephen 

Pigg, John W 

Quarterman, Robert T. 
Quarterman, W. G. M.. 

Rainer, J. J 

Rainer. William 

Richard, F. M 

Richardson, Edmund... 

Richardson, John 

Roberts, Francis M 

Roberts, M 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

■An fr. 



Roberts, Randall Z 

Roberts, Thomas W 

Sams, Frank W 

Sparkman, William 

Stansell, Nathaniel W 

Stratton. Samuel 

Suarez, Rapheal 

Sweat, Henry M 

Thomas, Solomon 

Thompson, Allen 

Thompson, Isaiah L 

Thompson, John L 

Thompson, William F 

Townsend, Benjamin F 

Thymme, Bernard 

Unges . Samuel 

Walker, William 

Walmsby, T. M 

Ward, Henry 

Ward, John 

Warren. Thomas 

West, Robert 

Weeks. Levi R 



Wiles, Spencer B .. 
Williamson. Ivy. . 
Wingate. R. W... 
Withington, J. A 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 1, 
Aug. 1, 

Aug. 1, 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 1, 
Aug. 
Aug. 
June 24, 



May 25, '61 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65S 



April 26, '65 



Aug. 



'til April 26, '65 
I April 26. '65 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Wounded, Jonesborough September, '64. 
Promoted corporal, discharged January 9, '63; 

over age. 
Corporal, promoted 2nd Sergeant. 



Corporal. 

Discharged January 9, '63; over age the cause. 

Shot at Perryville, October 8, '62. 

Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64. 

Never left the State. 



Corporal. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded September 20, '63. 

ergeant, wounded at Chickamauga September 20, 

'63. 
Corporal. 

Corporal, discharged, under age; transferred ot 
1st Res. Colonel Daniel. 

Sergeant- 



Promoted Corporal, and Sergeant. 



Promoted Corporal. 



Lost left arm, died' September 25, '63. 

Promoted .Sergeant, mortally wounded September 

20. ti3; died September 28, '63. 
Honorablo mention, promoted Sergeant. 



Roll Company G — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Thomas Langford 
Robert J. Bevill 

1st Lieutenants — 
Charles Beggs 



Albert R. Livingston. 
2nd Lieutenants — 

Edward Mashburn 

John M. Bryan 

Henry M. Sutton 

3rd Lieutenant — 



MUSTERED 

IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Aug. 9, '61 
July 25, '61 



Resigned December 5, '64. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned Feb- 
ruary 11, '65. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; 1st Lieutenant; re- 
signed and re-enlisted Co. E, 11th Regiment 
and promoted Captain. 

Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted Major May 10, '62. 
Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



112 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


ENLISTED MEN. 








Bell, Enoch 


Sept. 


2, '61 






Bell, John G 




Died, Camp Chase January 19, '65. 




July 
Sept. 


'61 
5, '61 


April 26, '65 












Blair, W. T 


Aug. 


19, '61 


April 26, '65 


























July 


17, '61 




Wounded at LaGrange, Ga. 

Wounded at 1st Manassas; discharged December 
24, '63. 


Burnett, P. P 




















Aug. 


9, '61 










Killed September 20, '63. 










Coffee, William S 


Aug. 
June 


9, '61 
'62 




































Sept. 


'62 
'62 


April 26, '65 






Shot, Dallas, Ga., July 22, '64; discharged. 
Wounded at Perryville. 






















Aug. 


9, '61 






Golding, J. G 








Aug. 
Aug. 


9, '61 
9, '61 








April 26, '65 


Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September '63. 


























Corporal; killed at Perryville November '62. 










Aug. 


9, '61 












Hart, S. B 


May 


'61 




Shot at Murfree: orough May '62. 






































Howell, William W 










'61 


April 26, '65 










Sept. 


2, '6i 


April 26, '65 










Sept. 
Sept. 


2, '61 
2, '61 














April 26, '65 














April 26, '65 












July 


'61 












McCoy, Styne D 
















McCullock, John R 










May 


'62 


April 26, '65 
























Killed, September 20, '63. 






April 26, '65 










Mathews Mathew 




April i 26, '65 




Mathews, Williard 






Miller, H 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 


'61 
27, '61 

2, '61 




_ 


Miller, William J 












Moseley, B. F 


April 26, '65 








Killed, Perryville November '62. 






April 26, '65 
























Wounded September 20, '63. gl 



















































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



113 



Roll Company G — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




July 22, 


'61 


April 26, 


'65 


Wounded by explosion of shell in the left wrist in 














Philips, P. a 




April 26, 


'65 




Philips, R. A 






Philips, William H 








Porter, W. T 
















Ramsey, Joseph D 


Sept. 2, 


'61 


April 26, 


'65 


Shot at Resaca, Ga., May 21, '64. 






Rodders, William 


Sept, 


'61 


April 26, 


'65 








Rys, William W 






















Wounded September 20, '63. 




































July 


'61 




Killed at Perrvville October 7, '62. 




































April 26, 


'65 




Sutton, John T 












. 


Sutton, W. J 


Aug. 


'61 


April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 


•t;;> 
'65 


Shot at Perryville October 8, '62. 


















Waring, Malaehi H 


Mch. 28, 


'61 


April 26, 


'65 


Severely wounded at Dallas May 28, '64. 






Watts, John B 








Webb, W. A 


April 


'63 
'61 


April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 


•ti.-> 
'65 
'65 




Welch, D. A. J 


Wounded Chickamauga, Perryville and Atlanta. 












West, Timothy. 






West, Garrett W.... 
































Whitfield, Joseph I 








Whitfield, William W 






Corporal; killed at Dallas, Ga. 








Died, Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there. 










Williams, J. M 




April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 




Williams, J. W 






Williams, R. L 


July 4, 


'61 


Wounded at Bentonville, N. C, March 19, '65. 






Witt, W. W 














Killed near Missionary Ridge. 











Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles)— 3rd Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William O. Girardeau... 

Mathew Harvey Strain. 
1st Lieutenant — 

C. E. Johnson 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Thomas L. Shehee 



Thomas J. Moore 

3rd Lieutenants — 

A. Campbell McCants.. 



Aborn Harris .. 
L. Q. C. Lingo. 



Aug. 10 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10 



Aug. 10, 
Aug. 10, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Aug. 10, '61 



Captain; resigned '62 to take charge of Jefferson 

Academy. 
3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain '62. 

Re-enlisted '62 at Quincy. 

Re-enlisted '62 at Quincy; killed at Perryville, 

Ky.. August 8, '62. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, 

1st Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; failed of 
re-election at the reorganization May, '62, and 
went into the Nitre Bureau. 

Sergeant; re-enlisted '62; promoted 3rd Lieutenant, 
April 26! '65' Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; shot at Kennesaw 

| Mountain, June 24, '64. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



H4 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, George W 

Akridge, Asa W 

Aldrich, William N 

Andrews, James W 

Atkinson, Henry D 

Baker, Benjamin J 

Beal, Frank 

Braswell 

Bryan, Needham N 

Bryant, William 

Callahan, Thomas 

Carpenter, Armour J 

Carroll, Charles Thomas. 



Aug. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 



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April 26, '65 

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Cassidy, Norman. 
Chace, Charles F 
Charri, Charles P.. 
Clarke. Thomas L. 

Cole, Silas 

Cole, William L 

Cuthbert, Isaac 

Cuthhert, John A... 



Deal, Henry C 

Dixon, Lemuel 

Ellenwood, William G 
Fennell, James J 



Aug. 10, 
Aug. 10, 



Aug. 10, 
Aug. 10, 
Aug. 29, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, "65 



Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 29, 

Aug. 29 

Aug. 13, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 



Gale, Alexander.. 
Gale, Hiram 



Aug. 
Aug. 



Gilchrist, William G 

Gilmer, George R 

Granger, Hiram 

Granger, Mathew 
Grantham, William R 
Green. Christopher B . 

Ham, Ichabod 

Harp, Augustus C 

Harp, John L 

Hassell, Solomon. M 

Hart, S. B 

Hay. John E 

Hay, Noah 

Hemming, Charles C 

Hersch, Herman 
High, James 
Holtzchew, James 

Horton, Whitmil H 

Houston. William S 
Johnson, Benj. W 
Johnson, George P 
Johnson, James E 



Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Sept. 23. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. Id, 

Aug. in, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. Id. 

Aug. in. 

Aug. 10, 

Sept. 6, 

Oct. 9, 

Dec. 18. 

Aug. 10, 



Johnson. William; R \.ug. 

Jordan. John W \u._-. 

Kyle. J. W Aug. 

Kyle. Theodore \u<_'. 

Lastinger. Berry L Aug. 

Letch worth, William H Aug. 

McAdams, James P iug. 

McClellan, Frank M Aug. 



McClellan. James J 

McGehee, John 

McDermott. John 

McNeill. L 

Manning, Simeon... 

May. Albert 

Mershon, Henry 
Mershon, Martin L 
Moody, Lemuel C... 
Moon, Egbert C... 

Nickols. Bryan 

Pacetti, Dennis J 
Palmer, S. A 

Partridge, B. W 

Pasco, Samuel 
Peacock, Alfred J... 

Peeler, Wilbur T 

Pettus, John G 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



10. 
10, 

10. 
10. 
13. 
10. 
10. 
10, 
2d, 
10, 
10, 



Aug. 

Aug. 



Aug. 9, 

Aug. 10, 

Nov. 17, 
May 



Aug. 10. 
Sept. 12, 
Aug. 10, 
Aug. 10, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Promoted Sergeant at reorganization; killed at 

Dallas, Ga., '64. 
Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 
Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 
Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 
Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 
Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 
Discharged at reorganization '62. 
Re-enlisted '62; wounded September 20, '63. 
Re-enlisted '62; transferred to Co. A. 

Re-enlisted '62; died in hospital '62. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant and to Captain when in 
prison; in battles of Perryville, Jackson, Mur- 
freesborough, Chickamauga, and was captured 
at Missionary Ridge and imprisoned at Fort 
Delaware. 

Re-enlisted at Quincy '62. 

Discharged for disability '62. 



Discharged '62, under age. 
Discharged '62, under age. 
Corporal; promoted Sergeant; was in prison at 

Point Lookout, Md., at close of war. 
Discharged for disability. 
Killed at Murfreesborough. 
Discharged in '62; under age. 
Captured at Missionary Ridge, '63; and died in 

prison. 
Died in hospital. 
Wounded in right leg and right hand at Resaca 

Ga. May S, '64. 
Transferred to Co. D, died in hospital at Mobile. 



Discharged 1862; disability. 

Discharged in '63; disabled from wounds. Shot 
April 26, '6.5 through right hip at Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, 1862. 

Died in hospital in '63. 

April 26, '65 Wounded. Sept. 20, '63. 

I discharged in '61 ; disabled. 



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Discharged in '62; disability. 
Discharged in '62; disability. 
Transferred to Company A. 
Captured in '64. 
Died in hospital. '63. 

Captured and sent to Camp Norton, Ind. 
Discharged in '62; disabled. 
Corporal. 

Discharged in '62; disabled, re-enlisted in Cavalry. 
Died in service. 

Sergeant 1 year; returned to ranks on re-organiza- 
tion. 
Con oral, killed at Dallas, Ga. 
Corporal. 

Killed at Murfreesboro Jan. 2, '63. 

Discharged in '62; disability, accidental wound at 

New Smyrna. 
Discharged in '63; disabled, wounded in ,leg at 

Murfreesboro. Jan. 3, '63. 

Died at Fernandina. '61. 
Missing at Murfreesboro. 
Caotured at Dalton, Ga. May 13, '64 and died at 

Camp Morton, Ind. Sept. 10, '64; No. of Grave 

1117, Green Lawn Cemetery. 

Discharged, '62; disabled. 

Died Nov. 26, '99. 
Killed at Dallas, Ga. 



Paroled from prison, close of war. 
Transferred to 15th Confederate Cavalry. 
Sergeant. 

Transferred to Cavalry. 
Killed in action. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



ii5 



Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Pettus, Thomas L... 
Proctor, Henry L ... 
Philips. William H 
Raysor, Micha'l O ... 
Reaves, Daniel A.. 



Reeves, James 

Reeves, R. G 

Reeves, Samuel 

Reeves, Solomon S 

Richardson, William M.. 

Roberts, John L 

Roberts, John P 

Rouse. John 

Russell, William E 

Sauls, Daniel 

Sauls, David 

Scott, Edmund G 



Scott, James E 

Scruggs, Solomon M. 
Scruggs, William H. . 
Sealey, Fredric W 



Shackelford, A. W 

Sheppard, William ;M.. 

Simmons, Frank R 

Sledge, A. Darius 

Sledge, Ellsbury T 

Sloan, James 

Sloan, Thomas M 

Smith, Clarence W 

Smith, Loyd S 

Smith, Wiliam J 

Snow, James S. M 

Smiley, John C 

Sparks, John A 

Sparks, Thomas 

Stebbins, Charles H 



Taylor, Joseph 

Taylor, L. L 

Taylor, William R 

Thomas, John P 

Tucker. Thomas Ware 
Townsend, Samuel A... 
Ulmer. Charles P 



Walker. Alfred W 

Walker, Archibald J 
Walker, George 



Walker, George W 

Walker, Jesse W 

Walker, J. Wesley 

Walker, Michael 

Walker, William B 

Washington, J. W 

West, Henry 

West, John 

Weston, Joel A. T 

Wethington, John W. 



Wjlliams, Charles R. 
Williams, Darius.. 
Wilford, F. M. T.. 
•Wolfe, Howell 



MUSTERED 



Aug. 10, '61 



Aug. 10, 
May 



Aug. 10, '61 



Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Dec. 7, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 20, 
May 
May 

Aug. 10, 



Whitehurst, Levi J Aug 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Au< 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10. 

Aug. 10, 

Aug. 10, 



10, 

10, 

10, 
10, 

10, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Killed at Jackson, Miss., July 10, '63. 



Wounded, Sept. 20, '63; died in service. 

Shot through upper part of body at Chickamauga 

Ga. Sept. 20, '63; died October 30, '1902. 
Died in service. 

Died from disease at Ocala, '62. 
Musician, died in service. 
Unaccounted for. 



Discharged Dec. 17, '61; disability. 
Discharged in '62; disability. 

Wounded in left arm at Kennesaw Mountain, July 
'64. 



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April 26, 



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61 April 26, 

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'61 

'61| 

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'61 April 26, '65 



Wounded and left on the field at Perryville Ky. '62; 

Oct. 8, shot in left hip, died Nov. 30, 1890. 
Discharged May, '62; under $ge. 
Discharged in 62; under age.' 
Discharged May, '62; under age. 
Died in service, '63; Nostalgia. 
Died in service, '63; Nostalgia. 
Killed. 

Promoted Corporal of Color Guard. 
Promoted Sergeant Major. 



Corporal, promoted Sergeant; Sergeant Major, 

Adjutant. 
Sergeant, wounded, Chickamauga '63; elected 

Sheriff and discharged in '63. Died in '64. 
Transferred to Cavalry. 
Died in hospital. 
Died in Jackson, Miss. 

Corporal, killed at Missionary Ridge.Tenn. carrying 

colors of Regiment. 
Died in service. 

Honorable mention at Chickamauga and was killed 

at that place Sept. 20, '63. 
Killed at Chikcamauga Tenn. '63. 

Transferred to Co. D. 
Corporal, died in service. 



Died in service. 

Died in hospital at Montgomery in '65. 

Discharged in '62, under age; re-enlisted in '62 tor 
three vears. Wounded twice at Perryville, Ky., 
in '63.' 

Mustered out in '62. 

Died Aug. '61 at Fernandina; first death in Com- 
pany after entering service. 

Wounded, Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63. 



Roll Company I (Dixie Stars) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Jesse S. Wood 

Charles H. Ross.. 



MUSTERED 



Aug. 
Aug. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 



'65 



REMARKS. 



Resigned May 10, 1862. 

2nd Lieutenant, promoted Captain and captured 
at Nashville. 



n6 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I (Dixie Stars) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



■ a::es. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARK?. 


1st Lieutenant — 


Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 

Aug. '61 
Aug. 10, '61 

Aug. '61 
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Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. 10, '61 


April '65 




2nd Lieutenants — 


Transferred to Co. E, 9th Regiment. 
Resigned April 23, '63. 










3rd Lieutenants — 








April 26, '65 
April '65 




ENLISTED MEN. 


20, '63. 




















































Killed Murfreesboro, Jan. 2, '63. 








Callahan, John W 






Callahan, T. J 


















Clarke, William H 




















April '65 




















Ellis, T. B 




















'61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. - 61 
Aug. '61 
May '62 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 






Godfrey, John M 


April '65 




Grant, Osborn W 




Grant, William C 










Sergeant; killed at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 








Herring, W. W 


















Horn, Elijah F 


April '65 




Horn, J. R 






Aug. 10, '61 
Aug. '61 
An<c. '61 












Hunter, Thompson 








Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. 10, '61 
















Lost left hand at Chickamauga September 20. '63. 


Huchinsson, V. W 








Inglish, Henry 




April '65 




Jernigan, W. H 














Long T 








McCollum, Robert 






Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, 63. 


McCov, Thomas 








McCullum, John D 








McCullum, John W 
















Parker, Joseph 
















Perrvman, Neil A 




April '61 










Polk, Columbus C 








Prather, Augustus M 




April '65 
April '65 






Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 




Rawls, W. T 




Rewis, Andrew J 


April '65 




Rewis, Obediah 


Killed. 


Sellars, William L 






Smith, Ezekiel C 




Wounded September 20, '63; killed at Perryville. 


Smith, E. S 




Smith, Henry M 


Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. 10, '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. til 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 


April '65 Wounded at Perrvville, Kv., October 11, '62. 


Smith, John D 


April '65 Wounded September 20, '63. 




April '65 Transferred to Co. D, 4th Regiment; wounded at 








April '65 ! 






Killed at Murfreesborough January 2, '63. 






Walker, Elbert 





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Roll Company I (Dixie Stars) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



t MEf, 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 




Corporal. 

Shot through the liver at Meridian, Miss., 










Webb, T. B 


April '65 






Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 
















Winiges, S. H 


April '65 






Aug. '61 
Aug. '61 






April '65 
April '65 




Young, Patrick H 


'64. 



Roll Company K (Columbia and Suwannee Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 






Died. 




Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 


'61 

'61 

'61 
'61 


April 




1st Lieutenant — 






and Lieutenants — 




Resigned March 20. '63. 


Melvil B. Gerry 


April 
April 


'65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 


3rd Lieutenants — ■ 

Mathew W. Postell 












ENLISTED MEN. 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

May 3, 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
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Block, Neil 
























Cobb, Samuel S ... 
























Curl, Elisha 


April 
April 
April 


'65 
'65 
'65 




Curl, Jasper 




Curl, William H 


















































































April 


'65 


Corporal. 




Died at Camp Chase March 8, '65. 


































April 


'65 


Wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62. 












Knight, John G. A 












April 


'61 


Wounded at Perrvville, Ky., October 8, '62. 










Sept. 


'61 


April 26, 


'65 




Mills, John M ... 












Parker, Little B 
















Piatt, William... 




April 
April 


'65 
'65 


Promoted Lieutenant in Captain Lesley's Co., 7th 






Florida Regiment. 
Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Murfreesborough, 






January 3, '63; disabled; shot at Resaca, Ga., 
May 14, '64. 



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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company K (Columbia and Suwannee Guards) — 3rd Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




Corporal. 

Killed at Gettysburg. 

Corporal. 

Lost hearing by explosion of 
Ridge, Tenn., November 25 

Killed. 

Captured at Bentonville, N. 
imprisoned at Hart's Island 
from there June 17, '65. 






















Smith, David 


April 


'65 






Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Julv 1 , 

July 1, 


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Smith, Joseph B 






Smith, Mitchell F 






Smith, William J 


















Stewart, Alphonzo A 






Stewart, Ezekiel 






Traitt, William 






Tuton, Evans 






Union, John F 












Walker, James H 












Witt, Adam C 


April 
April 
April 


'65 
'65 
'65 




Witt, David A 


shell at Missionary 
'63. 


Witt, Jacob 


Wilcox, George W. . 




Wood, Burrzella 






Wood, J. S 


April 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 






July 1, 


'61 


C, March 22, '65; 




N. Y., and paroled 



FOURTH FLORIDA REGIMENT. 



Early in the spring of 1861 ten more companies of volunteers were or- 
ganized as the 4th Florida Regiment of Infantry and mustered into service 
July i r 1861, with Edward Hopkins of Jacksonville, Fla., as Colonel; M. 
Whitsmith, Lake City, Fla., Lieutenant -Colonel; W. L. Bowen, as Major; 
Lieut. Edward Badger, Adjutant; Capt. James McCay, Quartermaster; Dr. 
W. S. Weedon, Surgeon; J. M. Kilpatrick, Sergeant -Major; J. P. McLaugh- 
lin, Quartermaster-Sergeant; and the following companies and captains: 

Capt. Charles A. Gee, Gadsden county, Co. A; Adam W. Hunter, Frank- 
lin county, Beauregard Rifles, Co. B; Capt. William H. Dial, Madison county, 
Co. C; William A. Shefield, Columbia county, Co. D; Thomas A. McGhee, 
Columbia and LaFayette counties, Co. E; James P. Hunt, New River county, 
(Bradford), Co, F; William Fletcher, Marion and Levy counties, Co. G; W. 
F. Lane, Washington and Liberty counties, Co. H; Joseph B. Barnes, Jack- 
son county, Dixie Boys, Co. I; John T. Leslie, Hillsborough county, Co. K. 
Upon the completion of its organization the Regiment was assigned to duty 
mainly on the Gulf coast, Companies D, E and K being stationed at Tampa 
Bay; F at Cedar Keys; B. E and I at St. Marks; Companies H and G at Fer- 
nandina until the evacuation of that place March, 1862, when they were 
ordered to Camp Langford near Jacksonville. Details from Companies F 
and C, of the 2nd Florida under command of Capt. Walter B. Moore, on July 
4, 1 86 1, took the steamer Madison and captured three schooners loaded with 
railroad irons, and Major Bowen in command of Tampa captured two sloops 
with their crews. 

In May, 1862, the Regiment was reorganized. J. P. Hunt was elected 
Colonel; W. F. L. Bowen, Lieutenant -Colonel ; and Edward Badger Major. 



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Colonel Hunt died September 1, 1862, at Chattanooga, Lieutenant -Colonel 
Bowen becoming Colonel; Maj. Edward Badger, Lieutenant-Colonel; and 
Capt. John T. Leslie was promoted Major. 

The 4th Regiment became a part of Bragg' s Army, being assgned to 
General Forrest's command; and in this command were engaged at Nash- 
ville. On its return to Murfreesborough the Regiment went into camp and 
remained until late in December, 1862. On the morning of December 28, 

1862, it was ordered to the Lebanon Pike, where it engaged the enemy. On 
the afternoon of December 28 the 1st, 3rd and 4th Florida were brigaded 
under Gen. William Preston. This brigade and Palmer's were the last of 
General Breckenridge's command transferred to the west side of Stone River 
December 31, and made the final and unsuccessful assault on the Federal 
center. The 1st and 3rd Florida, under Col. William Miller, gained the 
cedar brake so prominent in that action; and the 4th, under Colonel Bowen, 
advanced as far but with much heavier loss. In the engagement the 4th 
lost 55 killed and wounded. It captured 250 rifles from the enemy. Ordered 
back to the east side of the river it was again with Breckenridge January 2, 

1863, where it did splendid service; being the last regiment to leave the field 
and made a gallant fight to save the brigade battery, sustaining heavy loss. 
First Lieut. S. D. Harris, commanding Co. I, was mortally wounded and left 
on the field. Sergt. L. N. Miller and Adj. C. C. Burke were also wounded. 
In this battle, Murfreesborough, the 4th, 458 strong, lost 163 killed and 
wounded, and 31 missing. 

In May, 1863, the brigade, under Gen. M. A. Stovall, was transferred to 
Mississippi, under General Johnston, to relieve Vicksburg. On July 1 Gen- 
eral Johnston reported that "a party of skirmishers of the 1st, 3rd and 4th 
Florida, 47 Georgians and Cobb's Battery struck the enemy's flank and 
captured 200 prisoners and the colors of the 28th, 45th and 53d Illinois Regi- 
ments. 

On September 20 the 1st, 3rd and 4th, still with General Stovall, took 
part in the battle of Chickamauga and again were distrenched. At the battle 
of Missionary Ridge the 4th carried in 172 men, and all except 18 were either 
killed, wounded or captured. At Dalton, on February 2T,, 1864, the 4th was 
consolidated with the 1st Cavalry, dismounted, which had lost all its field 
officers, and of 200 men engaged at Missionary Ridge only 33 effective men 
were left. The consolidated 1st and 4th took part in all the campaigns until 
the final surrender in North Carolina at the close of the war. On June 9, 
1862, the 4th Regiment mustered 926 men and 47 officers; on April 26 it 
surrendered 2T, men. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 4th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonels — 

Edward Hopkins 


July 
July 


'61 
'61 




Retired at reorganization May '62. 


J. P. Hunt 




W. L. L. Bowen 


April 26, '65 






Lieutenant-Colonels — 

M.Whit Smith 


July 


'61 


mauga. 
Resigned at reorganization. 



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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll, Field and Staff— 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



W. L. L. Bowen 

Edgar Badger 

Majors — 

W. L. L. Bowen. 

John T. Leslie 

Jacob A. Lash 

Surgeon — 



Assistant-Surgeons — 

Hamilton M. Weeden. 

Robert J. Bigelow 

Adjutants — 

Edward Badger 

C. C. Burke 

Sergeant-Ma jor — 

J. M. Kilpatrick 

Quartermasters — 

James McKay 

H. L. Crane 

Commissary — 

H. G. Townsend 

Quartermaster-Sergeant- 

J. P. McLaughlin 

Commissary -Sergeant — 



Chaplain — 

R. L. Wiggins. 



MUSTERED 



July 
July 

July 
July 
July 



July 



July 
July 

July 

July 



July 
July 



•«il 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel at reorganization 
May 10, '62. 

Promoted Colonel. 

Captain; promoted Major; resigned. 
Captain; promoted Major; captured and died on 
Johnson Island May 21, '65; grave No. 174. 



Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel. 

1st Lieutenant; resigned November 5, '63. 



Resigned February 11, '65. 



Roll Company A — 4th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Charles A. Gee 

1 st Lieutenants — 

William E. Gorman. 

A. S. Owens 

2nd Lieutenants — 

David Gee 

Henry H. Spear 



July 
July 



April 26, '65 



July 



'61 



G. W. Reynolds... 

3rd Lieutenants — . 

James A. Black 

Seligman M. Davis 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alderman, David 

Alderman, Joseph J 

Andrews, Elishua 

Andrews, Owen E 

Andrews, W. H 

Black, Calvin 

Black, Wesley 

Bowman, Samuel 

Brown, Hensford D 

Bryan, Archibald B 

Cargill, Cornelius E 

Cargill, Efford E 

Colleton, Charles B 

Cooper, W. P 

Decker, E. T 

Dykes, Jacob H 



Edenfield, Joseph W.. 

Edwards, C. B 

Evans, Reuben B 

Fletcher, George W... 
Flowers, Leonard W.. 

Filligan, James J 

Freeman, Thomas J... 
Garry, John Thomas. 
Gilbourne, Henry J... 

Ghsson, Elbert 

Glisson, Elisha 

Gordan, William F 

Gore, James W 

Gore, William W 



Promoted 1st Lieutenant; honorable mention at 

Chickamauga, 
Retired at reorganization. 
Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned 

November 4, '63. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned March 14, '64. 



Corporal; promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



July '61 



July '61 



April 26. '65 



July '61 

'July '61 

May 18, '62 

ljune 19, '61 

! July '61 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Wounded, Stone River; Missionary Ridge; Frank- 
lin, Tenn., in '62 and '63. 
Shot at Murfreesborough December 31, '62. 



Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



121 



Roll Company A — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Goza, W. W 










April 


'61 


April 26, '65 


Paroled from prison at close of war. 


Haas, W. A 










Hinson, B. F 




April 26, '65 


















Jackson, T. H 




April 26, '65 




















July 


'61 


April 26, '65 




















...April 26, ' 


65 


Keadle, William H 












































April 26, '65 




































July 


'61 


























Died Camp Chase February 15, '65; grave No. 
1298. 




























April 26, '65 


Promoted from£Corporal to 1st Sergeant. 














Peacock, Mitchell 
































Posten, J. W. 


July 
July 

May 


'61 

'61 
'61 














April 26, '65 


Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., January 2 
'63. 














July 


'61 












Shaw, R. G 


July 


'61 












Spear, T. B 


July 


'61 




































Temple, Mark H 








Thomas, P, F. M 


Aoril 18, 
April 18, 


•62 
'62 












Truman. S. P 


April 26, '65 
April 26. '65 
April 26, '65 




Turner, J. I) 


































Weeks, John F 






Whethersby, John T 


















July 
July 


'61 
'61 












Whittle, James B 





























Roll Company B (Beauregard Rifles) — 4th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 








Robert Knickmeyer 






Sergeant; promoted Captain. 



122 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B (Beaureguard Rifles)— 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



i st Lieutenant — 

Reuben L. Harrison 

2nd Lieutenants — 

John Richards 

William H. Flower 

Reuben. H. Hall 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Sanders Myers 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Albritton, Green 

Anderson, John B 

Anderson, Robert 

Barnett, William 

Beattel, James : 

Bethel, Alexander G 

Bird, Isreal 

Bowles, Thomas J 

Bray, Hamilton W 

Brown, William C 

Bufkins, Sylvester 

Burke, Charles 

Calhoun, Francis J 

Clifton, James 

Coupe, Edward 

Cousins, Thomas 

Daniels, Shilman 

Daniels, J. S 

Davis, James 

Donahue, William 

Emmerson, Charles 

Flemming, Martin 

Fillchett, John K 

Flower, Jonah B 

Friel, John 

Gibson, William 

Hall, James H 

Hall, John M 

Harden, James 

Harrison, Benjamin K 

Herndon, James 

Holm, Peter 

Horten, ThomaB 

lies, Francis 

Johnson, Andrew 

Kelber, Luther 

Kennedy, John 

Key, William 

Kruter, Daniel S 

Lee. Paul 

Lenighans, John 

Leverman, William B 

Lightfoot, Henry B 

Lord, Lewis 

McCardle, Abel G 

McCardle, Mirabeau B 

McCardle, Russin 

McCauley, James 

McClennon, James E 

McDonald, John 

McPhadder, Wiley 

Maddox, Joseph Y 

Mahoney, Cain 

May, Albert 

May, William 

Millengin, Edward 

Moon, Thomas 

Muller, Thomas R 

Mullin, John J 

Murkein, Fred 

Norham, Robert 

Oliver, Henry F 

Paulson, Jacob 

Pendleton, Stephen P 

Pennington, S. P 

Piles, Henry 

Powell, Elijah 

Register, Anthony J 

Rohlink, Henry 

Sallig, Robert S 

Sanders, Myers 

Shalby, August 

Shariot, Benjamin R 

Sheppard, George W 

Sherdan, James 



April 30, '61 



Aug. '64 

April 26, '65 



July '61 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 25, '61 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Discharged for disability; promoted Lieutenant. 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 
25, '63; promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Prisoner of war. 
Died in service. 



Corporal. 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Musician. 



Died Camp Chase April 4, '65; grave No. 1817. 
1st Sergeant. 
Prisoner of war. 



Musician. 



Corporal. 



Prisoner of war. 



Sergeant. 



Shot in right arm at Murfreesborougu, Tenn. 

December 31, '63. 
Wounded right leg and eye at Missionary Ridge 

December 27, '63, and captured. 

Corporal; disabled. 
Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



123 



Roll Company B (Beauregard Rifles) — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MU6TERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Sullivan, Jerry 

Thomas. Henry 

Thomas. James 

Went worth , Charles W . 
Wentworth, George W.. 



Went worth, William.. 

Williams, George 

Wingate, Thomas L 
Worthington, James 
Worthington, Joseph 



April 26, '65 



Scalped by a piece of shell at Murfreesborough 
Tenn., January 2, '63; captured and sentflto 
prison at Nashville, Tenn. 
Prisoner of war. 

Honorable mention; promoted Sergeant. 



Roll Company C — 4th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William H. Dial 




May 9, '65 


Promoted Major of 1st Florida Reserves. 














died on Johnson's Island, May 21, '65; grave 
No. 179. 






May 26, '65 


ferred to General Finnegan's Staff as Inspector 
General, '64. 
Promoted Captain; '64. 


1 st Lieutenant — 






2nd Lieutenants — 






1st Lieutenant. 


Nathaniel T. Elliot 




















Promoted Jr. 2nd Lieutenant. 










ENLISTED MEN. 




May 9, '65 


torious conduct. 










Bond, Alford 





May 9, "65 


WoundecT at Chickamauga, Ga., and at Dallas, Ga. 








Boyett, William H 






Bra den, J. H 




May 9, '65 
May 9, '65 




Brim, J. B 
















May 9, '65 


















Brock, William G 










::::::::::::: 


May 9, '65 




Bunker, Seth H 




Sergeant. 








Sergeant. 






May 9, '65 


Shot through side at Murfreesborough, Tenn., 


















May 9, '65 
Mav 12 '65 
April 26. '65 
April 26, '65 


Shot in arm at Dallas, Ga.. May 28. '63. 


Coats, P. G 




Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December 


Coats, William W 




27, '63. 




Sept. 5, '61 












April 26, '65 




floats. Philip G 










April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Daniel, J. S 











































































































I2 4 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — 4th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued,) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTHRED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 
















Died Camp Chase, 0., April 7, '65; grave No. 1827. 


Futwell, H. T 




April 26, '65 






Corporal. 


Gomto, James D 


















April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 








Harken, John T 






Haskey, William R 








Hinson, B. F 




April 26, '65 




Hinton, Thomas J 






Hinton, William 








Howard, Francis M 








Huammaly, James W 








Ives, W. M 






Promoted Sergeant-Major of consolidated Reg- 


Jones, Brown V 






Kesey, James M 








Kilbride, Dennis 








Kilpatrick, John M 








Kirkpatrick, James W 






Sergeant. 


Kirkpatrick, John 










April 26, '65 




Latner, Lawrence 




Died, Camp Douglass, buried in- Oak wood Ceme- 
tery, Chicago* 






April 26, '65 


Lynch, Elijah 




Lynch, Hesekiah ■ 








Ginty, James M ! 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




McLeary, Fred S 




Shot through right elbow at Murfreesborough, 

Jan. 2, '63. 
Discharged at Tullohoma, Tenn., '63 for Rheuma- 


McLeod, Henry R : 




Mattair, R. B 




Moat, J. W 




Died, Camp Douglass Prison, buried Cemetery, 
Chicago. 


Mooney, John 




April 26, '65 


Newman, William H 




Odum, Nathan 










Sept. 5, '61 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 20, 1S63. 


Parramore, W. L 


Patterson, Andrew E 






Patterson, Archibald 






Died Camp Chase, Nov. 16, '64; grave No. 624. 


Patterson, Henry 






Patterson, John F 








Peet, Henry B 


Aug. 12, '61 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Pemberton, Moses C 










Powell, Oliver H 










April 26, '65 


Wounded in thigh at Snake Gape, Ga. 


Ravbon, Charles 




Revels, Owen J 




April 26, '65 




Rutherford, Samuel 






Rykard, Edmund C 






Promoted Orderly Sergeant, wounded at Mur- 














Miss. May '63. Buried at Oak Hill Cemetary 


Severitt, William J 






Shaffer, Michal G 








Skipper, James W 








Smith, James 














65 










Sowell Laton 












April 26, '65 


Corporal. 
Corporal. 


Stephens, John K 




Townsend, H. G 




April 26, '65 


Walker, Hiram A 






Warneck, James D 








Webb, Axam \ 








Webb, Fenton B 




April 26, '65 


Was captured and exchanged during war. 






Webb, William 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Weeks, S. W 






Whittle, William J 












Corporal. 


Wimberlv, James R 


♦ 


April 26, '65 



Roll Company D — 4th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William A. Sheffield 


Sept. 7, '61 




Rehired at reorganization May 10, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



125 



Roll Company D — 4th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Sept. 7, '61 
Sept. 7, '61 




Succeeded Sheffield at reorganization May, '62; 
honorable mention at Chickamauga. 

Wounded, Jonesboro Ga. Aug. 31, '64;' 1st Lieu- 
tenant at reorganization May, '62. "Promoted 
Captain April 9, '65. 

Retired at reorganization May, '62. 
1st Sergeant promoted to 2nd Lieutenant at re- 
organization. 

Retired at reorganization Mav, '62; re-enlisted 
fall of '62, 1st Battalion, 10th Florida. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant at re-organization May 
62; captured, imprisoned at Johnson's Island, 
0. and from there paroled June ,'65. 

Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, '64. 

Discharged at Camp Douglass, 111, May, '65, prison. 


1st Lieutenant — 
Andrew B. Hagan 

2nd Lieutenants — 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Sept. . '61 


3rd Lieutenants — 


April 9, '65 
June '65 






Elias D. Waldron 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Alberton, John T 


Sept. 7, 61 






April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Andrews, E. D 














Sept. 7, '61 


Oct. '63 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Discharged for disability, lost right hand at Chick- 
amauga Ga., Sept, 20, '63; honorable mention.' 










Jan. '61 
Feb. 1, '62 
Jan. '61 
Jan. '61 
Jan. 1, '61 
Oct. 13, '61 






April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Dec. 27, '63. 


Bigelow, Robert 








April 26, '65 
July '65 


Wounded in R. R. wreck July 22, '62. 
Wounded at Tampa in April, '62. 


Combs, John R 


Cook, John M 


Fletcher, Jesse R 








Foy, John F 
















Goodbread, J. S 


Sept. '61 


April 26, '65 








Harris, T. C. B 


Sept. 7, '61 
Oct. 14, '61 


April 26, '65 
July, '65 
April 26, '65 


Wounded at Dallas Ga. Feb. 25 '64. 


Harris, T. C. B * 


































Ives, Wash. M 






Q. M. Sergeant, promoted Sergeant-Major 1st and 






April 26, '65 














Wounded, Murfreesborough; died of consump- 
tion, '64. 






April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


















April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Keen, P. O 
















April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
May 4, '65 






Sept. 7, '61 
Feb. '62 


Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63. 
Wounded in R. R. wreck July 23, '62. 
Killed at Dallas Ga. Jan '64 






























Moore. T. H 




April 26, '65 




Parnell, Caleb 










April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
Dec. '62 




Parnell, John W 


Sept . 1, '61 
Sept. 1, '61 


Shot at Chickamauga, Tenn. Sept. 20, '63. 


Parnell, Joshua M 














Pratt, George W 








Pratt, Henry W 




April 26, '65 














April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Revels, 0. J 












Roberts, H. L. R 


Sept. 14, '61 




Discharged from prison June 1st ,'65. 






















Sandlin, Wiley B 






Killed at Murfreesborough, Tenn. 


Shedd, James T 






Shuford, G. W 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Silcox, D. L 


Sept. 1, '61 


Captured at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63 and 
imprisoned at Camp Douglass, 111. 


Smart, William P 


Thomas, John B 







126 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — 4th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Thomas, Louis R 
Thompson, Henry M 

Walker, David S 

Waldren, E. D 

Waldren, Keilty S 

Walker, L. F 

Walker, W. W 

White, James L 

Williams, William 

Willis, George 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Aug. 12, '61 



Sept. 7, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '61 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

Anril 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Deserted, '64. 
Killed in action. 

Discharged at Murfreesborough Dec. 28, '63. 
Promoted! 1st Sergeant. 



Roll Company E — 4th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Thomas J. McGehee 
William H. Edwards 



1st Lieutenants — 

William Forsyth Bynum 
Nathaniel T. Elliot 



Jan. 



William M. T. Johnson 

2nd Lieutenant — 
Benjamin F. Lyons 



3rd Lieutenants — 
William M. Lyons 



George W. Lyons 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, George W 

Allison, George W 

Andrews, James 

Arnold. Charles^ 

Barnett, John N 

Barrington, Elicius T 

Beazley, William 

Bell, Enoch 

Bell, Lucius C 

Bennett, Joseph H 

Bennett, Reuben W 

Black, Jack 

Blanton, Elbert C 

Blanton, W. J 

Blanton, James J 

Boatwright, Jacob C 

Boatwright, J. W 

Bond, A 

Brannan, Robert H 

Brun, John 

Brown, William M 

Carlton, Robert R 

Carraway, William S 

Clark, JohnT 

Cooper, William P 

Cowart, J. Nathaniel 

Cox, D. N 

Dean, Charles E 

Dean, James 

Delaughter, J. P 

Devane, Benjamin F 

Devane, Samuel R 

Dougerts, James A 

Driggers, John J 

Foster, Ransom S 

Foster. Milton G 

Foster, Watkin N 

Fugua, Don 

Grace, G. M 

Hall, Joseph 

Hall, Nathaniel L 

Hall. William 

Haney, W. H 



MUSTERED 



Sept. 15, '61 



Sept. 
June 



June 
June 
June 
June 



June 



'61 



June 
June 
Aug. 



-•>;. 



June 



'61 



June 
Aug. 



June 22, '61 



June 
June 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, 65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Retired at re-organization. 

3rd Lieutenant, promoted Captain at re-organiza- 
tion May 10, '62. 

Retired at re-organization. 

2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant; retired 

at re-organization, and transferred to 15th Con. 

Cavalry, '63. 
Sergeant, promoted 1st and 3rd Lieutenant; killed 
in service and honorable mentionjat Chickamauga. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, captured Feb., near 
Blakely, Ala. imprisoned at Camp Douglass. 

Corporal, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; killed in ser- 
vice. 
Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; resigned, '63. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 22, '63; im- 
prisoned at Rock Island, while there lost eye& 
from disease. 

Musician, promoted Corporal. 
Wounded at Kennesaw Mt. 



Killed. 



April 26, '65 



22, 
22, 



June 
June 
Jan. 
Jan. 



22, 
22, 



Sept. 1, '61 



Mar. 



'61 



Corporal. 



Transferred. '62 to Co. A, 8th Regiment; captured 
at Gettysburg, imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



Discharged May 20, '62 for disability. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant, killed. 

Died of measles at Chattanooga, Oct., '63. 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



April 2, '65 



April 2, '65 



April 2, '65 



April 



'65 



April 2, '65 



Corporal. 



Shot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Jan. 2, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



127 



Roll Company E — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Heaelry, William E.. 
Hendry, William J... 

Herring, Joseph 

Hill. Green 

Htnton, William E... 
Hodges, Robert T.... 

Howard, Seaborn 

Hunter, George W... 
Jones, Matthew A.... 



Lamb, John B 

Larrimore, William. 



Latner, L. K 

La whom, Drewery 

Lewis, H. B 

McAlpin, Malcivin 

McCall, Robert F 

McCall, William 

McCarmna, John 

McClemma, John M 

McCuUus, William 

Mickler, John H 

Mills, H. Kelly 

Mims, Valentine 

Mims, William J 

Montgomery, J. G 

Morgan, John M 

Morgan, Joseph W 

Morrison, Alexander... 

Page, Marion 

Parker, WiUiam B 

Poppell, William B 

Rabun, John 

Reams, Josiah 

Roberts, Berry 

Roberts, Francis W 

Rodgers, Benjamin 

Rowell, W. J 

Sapp, Bartley W 

Sapp, John 

Sapp, Newton 

Shepherd, Robert N 

Sherod, Lony J 

Simmons, John W 

Smith, John A 

Sparks, William B 

Sparks, William D 

Stanton, Alexander A. 

Stewart, Daniel J 

Stewart, Edward 

Stewart, James W 

Tillis, Willoughby 

Tyner, James W 

Vann, William L 

Underwood, J. N 

Wagner, Andrew J 

Walker, David M 

Walker, Isaac 

Walker, J. A 

Ward, Abram 

Watson, Tilman 

Watson, William C 

Whidden, G. W 

Wilson, Alexander 

Wilson, Enoch 

Woods, Henry G 

Yawn, Green P. J 



MUSTERED 



Oct. 



'63 



Jan. 15, '63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 2, '65 



April 26. '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26. '65 



April 26, '65 
April "26, "'65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Sept. 10, '61 (April 26, 65 

April 26, '65 

'61 

'til 

'61 

April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
Nov. '62|April 26, '65 

'62 

Sept. 10. '62 April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



'62 
'62 
'62 



'62 
; 62 
•62 



July 



'62 

'63 

'61 
'61 



Sept. 



Killed. 



Right arm amputated, injuries received while 
chasing deserters. 

Died in Camp Douglass Prison, buried at Oak- 
woods cemetery, Chicago. 
Died, Camp Douglass Prison. 



Corooral. 



Died at St. Andrews Bay during the war. 



Honorable mention. 

Wounded, Dallas, Ga. May 28, '64; deserted. 



Died at Chattanooga. 
Reported a deserter. 
Sergeant. 



Shot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Jan. 2, '63. 





April 
April 


26, 
26, 


65 
'65 


April 


26, 


'65 


April 


26, 


'65 






April 


26, 


'65 




April 


26, 


'65 



Sergeant. 

Discharged for disability, '63. 

Discharged Aug. 3, '64; for disability. 



Roll Company F — 4th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


July '61 
July '61 




Promoted Colonel May, '62; died at Chattanooga 

September 1, '62. 
Promoted Captain. 


F. W. Williams 





128 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



George R. Langford. ... 
1st Lieutenant — 

W. W. Mathews 

2nd Lieutenants — 

William T. Weeks 

Richard K. C. Weeks 

Jeremiah Moody 



M. L. Brown 

3rd Lieutenant — 

John W. Osteen 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Abbott, W. W 

Biglowe, D. R 

Bird, John 

Bird, William 

Bird, William M 

Bond, Isreal 

Bond, William 

Boyd, James O 

Branning, William O 

Brinson, D. A 

Brown, William L 

Bryan, Joseph S. 

Carlton, Joseph R. M 

Cason, George W 

Cason, William F 

Clyatt, G. W 

Crews, P. M 

Denmark. James 

Dobson, Seaborn 

Donahue, \\ illiam J 

Douglass, C 

Ellis, Joseph H 

Gatlin. Benjamin 

Gay, Gilbert 

Gay, Lewis F 



Gav, W. H 

Hall, J. O. E 

Handcock, H. M 

Havle, John 

Hazel. John T 

Hendricks, James B 

Hormann, Samuel 

Hodges, S. J 

Holland, J. G 

Hull, William C 

Hunt, Davis 



July 



July 
May 
July 
July 
July 



Hunter, Thomas D . 
Jackson, William T. 

Johns, George T 

Johns, Jeremiah J.... 

Jones, A. W 

Jones, William N 



Julin, Alexander,. 

Knight, W. L 

Knowles, Wiley.... 



Lacquey, Jefferson. 



Langford, S. L 

Langford, Silas T 

Lastinger, D. B 

Linsey, John D 

Mansell, Samuel T 

Mattair, Robert B 

Matthews, J. H 

Mickler, J. H 

Murphv. J. H 

Murphy, W. J 

Newsome, D. P 

Newsome, Sol 

Newman, Willis, 

Odorn, A. C 
Osteen, William N 

Padgett, Samuel 

Parrish, Benjamin A 



Parrish. George W 
Partin, R. C 



May 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 



Aug. 31, '61 



July 
June 
May 10, 

May 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
July 

July 
July 

July 
July 
July 



July 
Feb.'"'i.6" 



May 17, 

April 15, 

July 

July 

July 

July 

May 



May 



'61 



July 
July 
July 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; shot in breast 

and legs. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; died on Johnson's Is- 
land January 17, '64; grave No. 137. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned November 4, 
'63. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Promoted Sergeant. 
Died in service. 
Deserted. 

Wounded at Murfreesborough and captured; pa- 
roled from Rock Island. 



Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Corporal. 

Sergeant. 



Musician; promoted Corporal. 



Paroled from prison at close of war. 
April 26, '65 Wounded at Jackson, Miss., July 21, '63. 

Died at Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

May 17, '65 
April 26, '65 



Paroled from prison at close of war. 

Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware; paroled 

at close of war. 
Paroled from prison at close of war. 

Sergeant. 



Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., September 

31, '62. 
Deserted. 



Died at Camp Chase February 15, '65; grave No. 

126. 
Died in service. 



Corporal. 

Shot through lung and captured at Murfrees- 
borough. Tenn., December 31, '62; died Jan- 
uary 23, '63. 

Died Camp Douglas prison. 

Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., May 28, 
'64; deserted. 

Wounded at Atlacta, July 22, '64; died December 
12, '89. 

Paroled from Fort Delaware. 



Deserted. 

Musician. 
April 26, '6oiPrisoner of war. 

April 26, '65 Wounded at Stone River, Tenn., December 31, 
April 26, '65 '62. 



April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 

'61 '. 

'61 

'61 April 26, 



Promoted 1st Sergeant. 



'65 
'65 

'65 

'65: Prisoner of war. 



April 26, '65 



Wounded three times at Murfreesborough, Tenn. 

December 31, '62. 
Deserted. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



129 



Roll Company F — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Pingston, David W 

Pingston, James B 

Poer, John S 

Poer, William L 

Prevatt, Morgan 

Price, George W 

Pierce, John David 

Punott, John 

Punott, Thomas J 

Renfro, James D. C 

Renfro, M. W 

Roberts, B. J 

Roberts, M 

Roberts, Stephen 

Ruff, J. D. C 

Scott, James C 

Shans, Thomas J. W... 

Sheffield, D. B 

Simmons, Benjamin J 

Simmons, James T 

Simmons, Thomas 

Simpson, Thomas 

Smith, Joseph D 

Smith, William L 

Stanaland, D. L 

Stewart, Joseph 

Shinger, Docter F 

Stringer, E. Z 

Stringer, Ira 

Stringer, James 

Sturgis, Ira 



Sturgis, J 

Sturgis, William 

Thomas, C. R 

Thomson, Street. 
Weekham, G, R.. 
Weeks, Ezekiel . . .. 



Weeks, F. M 

Weeks, O. D 

Weeks, Silas 

Weeks, William H. H. 

Wells, Israel J 

Wickham, David L 

Wilson, Henry 

Wingate, R. B 

Wynne, Isaac 

Young, Charles A 



July 

Julv 

July 

July 

July 

July 

May 14, 

July 

July 



July 

July 

July 

May 26, 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



'63 

'61 

'62 April 26, '65 

'62 April 26, '65 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 



REMARKS. 



Deserted. 



Died Camp Douglas prison. 
Died in service. 
Prisoner of war. 



July 
July 



April 
July 
July 
July 
July 
April 



Promoted Corporal and Sergeant; prisoner ofjwar. 

Corporal; wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., 

November 25, '63. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Died in service. 



Died May 1, '64. 



May 4, 
May 
May 
May 
May 20, 



Julv 

Julv 

July 10, 

July 

May 

Nov. 



Died in service. 

April 26, '65 Wounded at M issionarvRidge, Tenn., December 
27, '63. 
Died in service. 



'02 April 26, '65 

'62' 

'62 

'62 



May 27, '65 



'62 

'62 

'62 April 26, '65 

'61i 

'62'April 26, '65 
'62'April 26, '65 



July '62! 



Prisoner of war. 



Captured at Resaca, Ga., May 27, '64; imprisoned 
at Rock Island, 111., and paroled from there 
March 27, '65. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Murfreesborough, Term., January*3, 

'63. 
Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September J 20, 

'63; promoted 1st Sergeant. 



Roll Company G — 4th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William L. Fletcher. 
Samuel O. Howse 



Thomas J. Rawls 
1 st Lieutenants — 
James O. Brown... 



Henry N. Clark 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Berry Mills 

B. F. Overman 

Cullin Curie 

William H. MeCardell. 
3rd Lieutenants — 

J. W. Dyches 

John R. Scott 

William H. Bingham ... 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Addison, John S 

Andos, Amos K 

er, E. N 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



June 
June 



June 
June 



June 
June 



Aug. 
June 



June 



'61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



May 10, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Retired on reorganization May 10, '62. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned March 

25, '62. 
1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st; resigned March 31, 

'63. 
Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned April 2, '63. 

Resigned March 12, '64. 

Transferred to Co. H, 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

Promoted Corporal of Color Guard ;3rd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant. 

Died in service. 

Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel. 



130 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 4th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Badger, John 

Barnes, Harrison H 

Bingham, S. P 

Boyles, Henry J 

Bruce, George W 

Bridges, S. M 

Carter, George R 

Carter, John B 

Carter, Joseph 

Carlton, Alderman G. W. 

Carlton, Thomas W 

Chandler, Thomas J 

Clark, H. N 

Clark, John H 

Colding, Samuel 

Colding, Thomas E 

Colson, Abraham 



June 
June 



June 
June 



April 26, '65 



Cook, James H 

Conyers, Francis M 

Conyers, I. N 

Counts, William 

Daniels, J. S 

DeBruhle, Stephen C... 

Driggers, Charles W 

Driggers, Mathew N 

Dye, Francis 

Dye, Joseph E 

Dunn, John F 

Dunn, William A 

Evans, Charles G 

Fields, G. W 

Fretwell, Hiram T 

Fretwell, John E 

Gamble, S. J 

Gainey, Richard R 

Graham, Lorentus M ... 

Grantham, Elijah 

Griggs, Philip T 

Gunter, Aaron 

Hagin. Peter 

Heart, Stephen W 

Herl, William 

Hickman, Henry W 

Holley, W. B 

Hogg, Joseph T 

James, Warren 

James, Washington L. 

Jones, J. F 

Jones, Lamar 

Jones, Warren 

Jones, Watkins 

Knight, Samuel N 

Knoblock, Jasper J 

Leggitt, John 

Lee, J. E 

Leonard, S. S 

Logan, Thomas L 

Long, Nathan 

Lovell, W. A 

Lyles, Louis 

McCredie, David 



McCredie, James 
McDougal, Neil P. 
Marlow, Albert D 

Mathews, J. C 

Mock, William B... 
Mills, Benjamin 



Mills, James F 

Millican, Pinckney W 

Morelle, Joseph W 

Mundon, Isham 

Oberrv, Reuben B 

Padgett, Clark 

Pendarvis, J. S 

Pendarvis, Silas 

Pendarvis, William 

Peters, S. J 

Pounds, Robert J 

Quatlebaum, William D 

Rainer. Hardy 

Rawls. Q 



June 
Sept. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
May 

June 
July 



'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



June 



'61 



June 
Mch. 20, 
Mch. 20, 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



June 
June 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



June 
June 
June 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Died in service. 

Died in service. 

Deserted. 

Died in service. 

Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment. 

Wounded Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63. 

Died in service. 
Died in service. 
1st Sergeant; prisoner of war. 



Died in service. 
Died in service. 
Discharged from Rock Island prison at'close^of 

war. 
Died in service. 

Wounded, Atlanta, '64;' paroled from prison '65. 
Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Died in service. 
Member of band. 
Sergeant. 

Honorable discharge. 
Deserted at West Point, Ga. 

Paroled from prison. 

Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment. 

Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment. 

Corporal. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



June 
June 
June 



April 26, '65 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



June 
June 



June 



June 
June 



July 5, 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



June 
June 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Corporal. 
Died in service. 

Honorably discharged. 

Died in service. 



Died in service. 

Musician; reported that he went to the enemy. 

Wounded, Murfreesborough, December 28, '62. 



Died in service. 
Died in service. 
Died in service. 
Corporal; died in service. 
Died in service. 

Died in service. 

Paroled from prison. 

Died in service. 

Died in service. 

Died, Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there. 

Severely wounded Murfreesborough, December 31. 
'62. 

Captured December 15, '64; imprisoned and pa- 
roled from Camp Chase, O., May 14, '65. 

Died in service. 

Wounded. Murfreesborough, December 28, '62; 

imprisoned and paroled from Camp Chase April 

13, '65. 
Died in service. 
Died in service. 



April 26. '65 
April 26, '65 



June 
June 



June 



♦ i I 

'61 

April 26, 

'61 

'61 

'61 April 26, 
'61 



'65 



Died in service. 
Deserted. 
Deserted 
Deserted. 

Died in service. 
Died in service. 
Wounded, Murfreesborough, December 31, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



131 



Roll Company G — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Rawls, Sam 


June 
June 


'61 
'61 




Honorably discharged. 


Redding, Lee R 




Riggs, J. A 


April 26, '65 




Riggs, J. W 


Aug. 15, 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 


Captured; imprisoned and paroled from Camp 
Chase May 14, '65. 


Roberts, Daniel L 




Roberts, R 


April 26, '65 




Russell, Ichabod C 




St. Legar, Butler 






Scott, James E 




Imprisoned and paroled at Fort Delaware at close 

of war. 
Honorably discharged. 


Shaw, Daniel 




Sherouse, Jackson 




Simpson, James W 




Died in service. 


Sims, William C 


April 26, '65 


Smith, Alfred H 




Smith, B. F 


April 26 '65 


Smith, Calvin H 


June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




Honorably discharged. 


Smith, David W 




Smith, Frank 







Smith, William W 






Stenter, James W 






Streeter, J. Wynman... 






Strickland, William. . 


June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 






Stivender, Arthur 






Watkins, Charles F 




Sergeant. 


Watkins, Thomas W.. 




Wells, JohnT 




Died, Camp Douglass prison; buried Oakwood 

cemetery. 
Promoted Sergeant. 
Paroled from prison. 


White, Charles H 


June 


'61 


April 26, '65 


Wiggins, G. A 


Williams, Shade 


June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 




Williams, Thomas .. 


April 26, '65 




Wrenn, John J. ... 


'61 


Died in service. 



Roll Company H (Washington County Invincibles) — 4th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William F. Lane 

Bernard Laspeyre . . . 
George W. Cook 



1st Lieutenants — 
Joseph Summerlin. 



Thomas J. Russ 

2nd Lieutenants .... 

Daniel D. McLean 

Joseph B. Canell 

3rd Lieutenants — 

LaFayette Irvin 

Wilson L. Raley 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Abbott, Robert S 

Anderson, Henry 

Anderson, Lewis 

Beasley, Clayton 

Bond, J. E. F 

Bower, Mark A 

Brock, W. A 

Burke, Jeremiah 

Carmichal, J. W 

Carter, Felix K 

Carter, James 

Carter, John 

Carter, R. F 

Chance, S 

Chestnut, James M. D... 

Curlee, J 

Curlee, William 

Danly, James J 

Davis, Elbert 

Dertch, Henry J 

Dukes, Albert M 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Sept. 13, 
Sept. 13, 
Sept. 13, 



REMARKS. 



Died at Lake City, Fla. 
Promoted Captain; died of disease. 
April 26, '65Lost arm at Murfreesborough, Tenn.; wounded at 

Franklin, Tenn.; promoted 2nd Lieutenant and 

elected Captain. 
Promoted 2nd and 1st Lieutenant; wounded at 

Murfreesborough, Tenn., January 2, '63 and 

died January 16, '63. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



Sept. 13, '61 April 26, '65 



Sept. 13, 
Sept. 13, 



Sept. 
Sept. 



13, 
13, 



'61! 

'61 April 26, 



'65 



Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 
Sept. 13, 



'61 

'61 April 26, '65 

'61 

'til 



Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13. 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. " 



Died in service. 

Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned 

March 31, '63. 
Retired at reorganization. 
Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieuetnant. 



Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63. 



Sept. 13, 



'61 April 26, '65 

'611 

'61 

'61 

'61 April 26, '65 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61i 

'61 

'61! 

'611 

'61 



Died in hospital February 12, '62. 



132 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H (Washington County Invincibles) — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Easters, Sherod 

Evans, David 

Evans, Lambert 

Ferguson, J 

Fulford, Randal 

Griffin, Abner G 

Hagans, Hiram W. J. 

Hagans, James L 

Hogan, Isham H 



Hall. Henry J 

Harris, James 

Harvey, Allen 

Hays, E 

Hewitt, Ephriam L 

Hewitt, Robert W 

Hewitt, William E. C 

Howard, Stephen 

Howell, William W 

Hudson, Hale B 

Hudson, James T 

Irvin, James S 

Johns, William H. H 

Johnson, S. C 

Kent, Theophelus 

Laryford, Edward 

Lanier, James S 

Lanier, Lewis H 

Lewis, Thomas B 

McCormick, John D 

McKiethon, Washington J. 

Maddox, G. W 

Martin, Duncan M 

Mathews, David 

Mayhn, D. W 

Melvin, Daniel V 

Melvin, Grivin 

Merritt, David A 

Miller, James 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept, 
Sept, 
Sept. 



Miller, John "" 

Miller, Levi N 

Miller, Lewis H 

Milton, Isreal R 

Mills, Hiram 

Moody, William G 

Morris, M 

Norris, D 

Ousburn, Calvin F 

Owens, William D 

Palmer, David William 

Parker, John 

Parker, Peter F 

Parker, R 

Parker, William N 

Pierce. Stephen G 

Pippin, Johnson 

Pippin, Solomon 

Potter, W. R. F 

Posey, Alfred 

Pro vest, Richard V 

Railey, James E 

Roberts, John H 

Russ, James L 

Russ, John J 

Russ, John R 

Singleton. William E 

Skipper, Joel 

Skipper, Reddick W 

Stewart, Alexander 

Tanner, J. T 

Taylor, Andrew J 

Taylor, David 

Taylor, F 

Taylor, James 

Tavlor, Johnathan 

Taylor, Robert H. J 

Tavlor, Washington 

White, J. G 

White. John M 

Whittle, S. N 

Willis. Hiram 

Wood, Joseph W 



Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sepr. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept, 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept 
Sent, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Promoted 1st Corporal; wounded at Jackson, 

Miss., July 10, '63. 
Musician. 



Promoted Corporal. 



Died, Camp Chase February 12, '65; grave No. 
1629. 



Corporal; killed at Nashville, Tenn. 



April 26, '65 



April 215, '65 



Discharged from Rock Island prison at close of the 

war. 
Sergeant. 

Killed at Murfreesborough, Tenn. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant; killed at Murfreesborough. 



Lost left leg at Murfreesborough December 30 
'62, and discharged. 

Died at pneumonia at Fernandina, Fla., Novem- 
ber 28, '61. 

Killed at Jonesboro. 



Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Anril 26, '65 



Leg broken. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Shot at Dallas, Ga., May 18, '64. 

Killed at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '64. 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I (Dixie Boys) — 4th Florida Infantry. 



133 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


July 


'61 








May 


1, 


'65 




ist;Lieutenants — 




1st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; killed Jan- 






May 

May 


1, 
1, 


'65 

'65 


uary 2, '63. 


2nd Lieutenant — 
W. H. Dickson . 




Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 


3rd Lieutenants — 

Thadeus G. H. Dekle 




Died, '62. 














May 


1, 


'65 


Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; honorable 


ENLISTED MEN. 


July 


'61 


mention. 












May 


1, 


'65 


























Barklv, Albert T 




May 


1, 


'65 


Wounded in hand and head: promoted Corporal. 
















Bassford, J. W 




May 
May 


1, 
1, 


'65 
'65 


Wounded, Chickamauga, September 20, '63. 






















Bell. John R 






Died. Camp Chase, January 20, '65; grave No. 818. 


































Brogden, John T 




















May 


1, 


'65 


Color bearer; promoted Corporal, honorable men- 






tion. 


















Coonrod, T. T 


July 


'61 


















Sergeant. 


Dickson, W. F 




May 


1, 


'65 


Promoted Sergeant. 


Digby, Talbot W 






Dikes, William H 








Dudley. William D 








Eleby, Edward A 










July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July- 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July- 
July 
July- 
July 
July 
July 
July- 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July- 
July 


'61 
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'61 


May- 
May 
May 
May 
May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
May- 
May- 
May- 
May 
May 
May- 
May 
May 
May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 


1, 
1, 
1, 
1. 
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1, 
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1, 
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'65 
'65 
'65 
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'65 










Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 


Faghan, W. H 
























Grice, H 








Hall, J. C 


> 


Harrison, Robert W 














Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 












Wounded in elbow at Murfreesborough, June, '62 














Keen, W. R 












Lott, William C 


Died at Chattanooga. 








Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 












Corporal. 


Padgett, J. W 














; 


Peacock, George M 





134 



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Roll Company I (Dixie Boys) — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Paxton, Richard E 

Peacock, William J 

Parker, Daniel 

Parker, Nathaniel 

Pinder, Drew W 

Rawls, James 

Rawls, Junius 

Roberts, Rutledge 

Rodgers, David 

Shanklin, Augustus N 

Sills, James A 

Simms, Charles W 

Simpson, John 

Simpson, Joseph 

Smith, Anderson 

Smith, Leonidus 

Thomas, Benjamin 

Travler, John M 

Trayler, William M 

Turner, John 

Watts, Thomas 

Watford, M 

Webb, Nathaniel E.. 

Weeks, F. J 

Wester, Samuel 

Wilson, C. A 

Wilson, George M 

Wood, Almerina J 

Yertv, Henry J 

Young, W. L 

Yon, Terril H 



July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


Julv 


'61 


April 


., '61 


[July 


'61 


Ju,y 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July- 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July- 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


July 


'61 


lJulv 


'61 



May 

May 
May- 
May 
May 



May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
April 
May, 
May 
April 
May 
May 

April 
April 
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May 
May 
May 
Mav 



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1, 

1, 

1, 
15. 
15, 

1, 

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1, 

1, 

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1, 

1, 

15, 

1, 

1, 
15, 

1, 

1, 

15, 
15, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 
1, 



Promoted 1st Sergeant. 



'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
(15 
'65 

'65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn. 
'65 31, '62. 
•65 
'65 
'65 

'65 Sergeant. 
'65 Musician. 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 

'65Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 
'64IDischarged for disability. 
'65j 
'651 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 



December 



Roll Company K — 4th Florida Infantry. 




REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John T. Leslie 

Henry L. Mitchell 

Charles W. Hendry 
1st Lieutenants — 

John E. Spencer 

Francis M. Mitt-hell 

2nd Lieutenant — 

William E. Sweat.. 
3rd Lieutenant — 

Calfrey L. Wilder 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Andrew. Floire F 

Bethel, Joseph 

Bowen, William M . 
Brandon, James H 
Carney, Robert J 
Collins, James N 
Collins, Jesse 
Collins, John 
Cook, Charles 
Cowart, Henry 
Cothran, Thomas 

Crane, H. C 

Crews, Berry M. 

Davis, Stafford 'July 

Davis, W. R 
Dease, William 
Driggers, Dennis 
Eady, Joseph. 
Fillmon, Darlington 
Finley, John. 
Finley, Thomas J. 
Fisher, Amos J.. 
Futch, Henry.. 
Gant, G. W 
Godwin, William 
Griffin, Francis M. 
Griffin, George W. 



Promoted Major; resigned. 
April 26, '65ilst Lieutenant, promoted Captain; resigned Nov. 
30, '64. 
Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; then Captain 

3rd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. 
Sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant, then 1st 
Lieutenant; killed in action. 



Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Serjeant. 

Promoted Corporal, Sergeant; honorable mention. 



Corporal. 



April 26, '65, Wounded at Franklin, Nov. 30, '64. 
iWounded at Atlanta, Ga. July 22, '64. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



135 



Grillon, Adet 

Gullion, Olliot 

Hamilton, James 

Handcock, George W. D.! 

Haskins, James P. B 

Harris, Joseph 

Haskell, J. T .'.,".'.'. 

Heard, George S 

Hendry, Charles W 

Henry, John M 

Johnson, James 1st 

Johnson, James H. 2nd... 

Johnson, Thomas M 

Jowers, Patterson 

Keen, Perry O 

Lacter, Robert P 

Lumacks, William W 

Lynch, Charles 

Lynn, J. A 

McLeod, Henry R 

McLeod, Hiram A 

Marsh, Middleton 

Mellon, John 

Miley. Samuel A 

Mobley, John B 

Moody, John D 

Moody, Nathaniel M [ 

Moody, Simon B 

Philips. Joseph F 
Piatt, Francis M 

Pollard, Thomas A 

Prine, James E 

Rice, Benjamin L ... 

Rice, George R 

Robinson, George 

Robels, Mich»l F ""."'".". 

Rockner, Julius 

Sheppard . William E. ...... .. 

Sloan, Jasper 

Smith, Henry 

Sparkman, William W 

Spencer, T. K 

Strode, John 

Thomas, James 

Thomas, Robert W 
Trull Samuel D 
Tully, Joseph. 
Turner. Benjamin M 

Varn, W. B ...'.".' 

Watson, Alexander G"!"" 

Weeks, John A 

Weeks, Samuel W 

W hidden, Wi loughby 
Whale Elbgrt 
Wigsjins, James . 
Wilder, John W 
Wilder, W 

V ilhams Matthew H 
Young, Joseph H 



Roll Company K — 4th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



July 
July- 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July- 
July 
July- 
July 
July 
July- 
July 
July 



July 
July- 
July 



July 
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July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
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July 
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July 
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July 
July 
July- 
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July- 
July 
July- 



July 
July 
July- 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Aprd 26. '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26. '65 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 

Musician. 
Sergeant. 



Discharged at Tullohoma. Tenn., for disability. 
Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Jan. 3, '63. 
Corporal. 

Musician. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 



Musician, discharged, '62, under age; captured 
and imprisoned at Fort LaFavette, N. Y. 
Exchanged and re-enlisted in Jno. T. Lesley's Co. 



Wounded in foot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Dec. 
31, '62. 



Died. Camp Chase, Oct. 15, '64; grave No. 314. 



FIFTH FLORIDA REGIMENT. 



The 5th Florida Regiment was organized in 1862, and mustered into 
service with J. C, Hately as Colonel; Thompson B. Lamar as Lieutenant- 
Colonel; B. F. Davis as Major; Capt. W. H. Baker as Quartermaster; and 
Capt. R. W. Reed as Commissary. The companies were commanded by 
Captains A. Z. Bailey (Co. A) Garrant Vanzant (Co. B), W. D. Bloxham 
(Co. C), A. J. Lee (Co. D), John W. Hollyman (Co. E), John Frink (Co. F), 
W. J. Bailey (Co. G) , W. T. Gregory (Co. H), Sam A. Spencer (Co. I), and 
Richmund N. Gardner (Co. K). Immediately upon its organization the 
Regiment was ordered to Virginia, where it joined the 2nd Florida, being 



136 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



assigned to Pryor's Brigade; with which it took part in the Second Battle of 
Manassas and in the Maryland campaign and won distinction at Sharpsburg. 
After the return from Maryland the 5th was brigaded with the other Florida 
regiments and became a part of Perry's immortal brigade, surrendering at 
Appomatox Court House with but 6 officers and 47 men, the only represen- 
tatives left for duty at that time of a magnificent regiment. 

Roll Field and Staff — 5th Florida Infantry. 



Colonel — 
J. C. Hateley 



Thompson B. Lamar. 
Lieutenant-Colonel — 

Thompson B. Lamar 
Major — 

B. F. Davis 

Surgeons — 

R. E. Sapp 

J. D. Godfrey 

Assistant Surgeon — 



Adjutants — 

1st Lieut. William Scott 

1st Lieut. Thomas W. Shine. 
Sergeant-Majors — 



Quartermaster — 

Capt. W. H. Baker.... 
Commissary — 

Captain R. R. Reed 
Chaplain — 



Quartermaster-Sergeant- 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 
Mch. 



Mch. 
Mch. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Wounded and disabled at Sharpsburg September 

20, '62; resigned July 6, '63. 
Promoted Colonel, vice Hateley disabled; killed 

at Petersburg '64. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville, Va. 
Transferred to 6th N. C. Infantry. 

Acting Adjutant; surrendered at Appomatox. 



Roll Company A — 5th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Abrarn Z. Bailey 

William K. Partridge .. 
1st Lieutenant — 

Samuel J. Turnbull 

2nd Lieutenant — 

James Collins 

3rd Lieutenant — 

George L. Odum 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Joseph M 

Almon, Mathew 

Annear, George S 

Barker, Isaac 



Barker, Jeremiah 

Baxley, James 
Bellamy, Marsden D. 

Bellamy, Richard 

Bennett, G. W 

Blakeley, Mathew P.. 

Blount, Allen 

Bonhart, Joseph 

Brown, David 

Bryant, Joseph 

Budd, W. A 

Burnett, William 

Byshot, Joseph 



Clark, Erastus W ... 
Clayton, Daniel M. 
Clayton, Dilman. . 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 
Nov. 



'62 
'61 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



May 18, '63 



April 15, '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



May 15, '65 
May 15, '65 



Resigned '62. 

Promoted Captain; shot at Petersburg October, 
'64, and disabled. 



Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded, 
Gettysburg July 2, '63. 



Transferred to Captain Barwick's Company, 1st 

Reserves, August '64. 
Wounded at Petersburg June, '64. 



Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded, Sharpsburg September 17, '62; impris- 
oned at Fort Delaware; paroled June 9, '65. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal; wounded, Gettysbi|rg. July 3, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



137 



Roll Company A — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Clayton, John J.. 



Cooper, John F 

Crosby, L. W 

Cummings, Joshua. 
Davis, Elisha 



David, James 

Depratter, Marianna... 
Ellenwood, Albert A.... 

Elliett, William 

Ellis, James M 

Ellis, N. B 

Gainey, Burrell D 

Gause, George W 

Gibbens, Hiram 

Hale, Henry G 

Hammock, W. A 

Hamilton, A. T 

Hamilton, James A 

Harris, Sylvester H 

Harris, William W 

Hinsey, Henry E 

Hinsey, John R 

Holly, James:: 

Holton, George W 

Holton, Josiah 

Holtzclaw, J. C 

Hughey, N. D 

Hurst, William L 

Jarvis, Andrew J 

Kinsey, Martin 

Kirkland, Albert 

Lanier, Francis M 

Lavall, Patrick 

Lee, Benjamin H 

Lewis, Benjamin W 

Lewis, Jesse 

Lewis, Llewellyn 

Lord, Albert 

Lord, John A 

Lord, Zachariah 

Louisiana, Joseph 

McClellan. Richard H. 

McClellan, William 

McGruder, C. B 

Madox, Lemuel 

Malone, Drewry 

Mays, John R 

Moore, Lewis 

Morison, A. G 

Neally, James T 

Norris, William S 

Odom, Elkanuh 

Potts, Robert 

Pratton, M. D 

Roberts, William L 

Rogers, J. A 

Rowell, David R 

Rowell, John C 

Samson, William 

Scott, David W 

Slaughter, J. D... 

Slaughter, Samuel B.. 

Sloan, Malachi 

Smith, David J 

Smith, I. W 

Smith, James 

Smith, John Patrick... 

Smith, Lorenzo D 

Smith, Patrick H 

Snead, Lawson 

Sparks, John 

Sparks, Martin 

Sparks, Thomas 

Stanley, Hillary 

Staughten, James 

Staughten, Thomas... 

Stevins, Birch R 

Stewart, John G 

Stewart, R. J 

Stewart, William F 

Summers, H. M 

Summers, P. B. W 



'62 
July 15, '61 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



July 20, '63 



Jan. 
Jan. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 
April 



April 
.\pril 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 



Mch. 



"63 



8R 'S'S* 



Jan. 



•fi'2 



Feb. 
Dec. 



11, 



April 
April 
May 



June 



April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 



9, '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 



9, '65 
9, '65 
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9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 



April 9 '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Became blind while in prison at Point Lookout 

October ,'64; paroled from there. 
Lost left arm at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 



Lost leg at Culpepper Court House, August 13, '63 
and discharged. 



Wounded at North Anna River, May 26, '64. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg, September 17, '62. 



Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, '62. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Injured in charge at Cold Harbor, June, '64. 

Died in prison at Elmira, N. Y., December 5, '64. 

Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 



9, '65 

9, '65 

'65 



'62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



May 25, '65 



Wounded at Bristow Station, October 14, '63 . 



Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 

Disability. 

Died in hospital Lake City, Fla., July 18, '62. 

Killed at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded at the Wilderness, Va., May 6 '64. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

1st Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 



Sergeant; killed at Petersburg '64. 



April 10, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



138 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Turnbull, Theodore 






1st Sergeant. 


Wade, Lewis H 






Webb, Isaiah T 






Corporal; killed at Sharpsburg, September 17, '63. 


Wheeler, C. P.. . 




April 9, '65 


Whitmore, Martin 






Willie, J. J 




April 9, '65 




Windham, Elias C 




Corporal. 


Windham, John H 







Roll Company B — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Garrett Vanzant 




\pril 9, '65 


Resigned May 26, '63. 


John H. Tolbert 






1 st Lieutenant — 

William T. Bacon 


'61 
'61 


AprU 26, '65 




2nd Lieutenants 

John G. Raulerson 


Junior 2nd Lieutenant; kUled at ChanceUorsvUle 


T.W.Hart... 


April 9, '65 


May 3. '63. 
Promoted Lieutenant Co. B, 5th Florida. 


All- ENLISTED MEN. 

Allison, Humphrey D 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'6t 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
April 8, '62 

'62 
April . '62 




Anderson, John J 






Anderson, Zacariah 






Arnow, Peter 






Barnes, James A 




promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded Sharpsburg Sept- 


Barnes, Robert R 


April 9, '65 


ember 13, '62. 
KUled, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Barr, William T 


April 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 




Beaufort, Washington 




Bivin, Miles M 


KUled, Briston Station October '63. 


Blume, LaFayette 


AprU 9, '65 




Blume, Watson W 




Brown, Hugh 


AprU 9, '65 

AprU 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 


Wounded at the Wilderness, Va., May 6, '64; also 


Browning, Alexander M 


at Petersburg, Va., September 17, '64; pro- 
moted Sergeant. 
Prisoner at Elmyra, '64, 


Bryant, Joseph.. 




Bryant, Sylvester J 




Bryant, W. N 






Carver, Henry 


•61 
'61 


Wounded, ChanceUorsvUle, May 4, '63, 


Chambers, William H 




Coon, John C 






Coon, M.. 






Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3 '63. 


Cribb, Thomas D 


'61 
'61 
'61 

'61 






Dekle, Thomas G 






Douglass, Alexander J 


AprU 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 




Douglass, F. M 


Wounded, ChanceUorsvUle, May 4, '64. 


Douglass, H. J 




Douglass, Martin L 


Men. 8, '62 


In prison in New York State '65( Hart s island). 


Drawdy, B. F 




Duke, David L 


,'61 


KUled Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
















English, Henry.... 


May '62 




Discharged in 62; cause, substitute; re-enlisted in 


English, James 


Apri 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 


Mummerlyn's Battalion and served until c ose 


Faircloth, John M 




of the war. 


Feagle, Andrew. 




Discharged from Fort Delaware at the close of the 


Feagle, Mark H 




war. 


Field, John.. 




Wounded, Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 








I'-'-S 


Gaines, Widlis. 








Geer, D. D 




AprU 9, '65 
AprU 9, '65 

AprU 9, '65 

AprU 9, '65 




Geer, David L 


Nov. 14, '62 


Wounded at ChanceUorsvUle '63; also Petersburg 


Geer, Frederic S 


November '64. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63 and captured; 


Geer, T. J. C 


Feb. 15, '62 


paroled from prison at Elmira, N. Y. 
Wounded at WUderness, Va., May 6, '64. 




























Woundea mortaUv a Sharpsburg September 17, 






April 9, '65 


'62; died December 1, '62. 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company B — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



136 



MUSTEBED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Griffin, F. M 

Griffin, James A 

Griaham, Columbus C... 

Groover, Rowan J 

Gwin, Augustus 

Gwin, William 

Hardee, J. H 

Henry, Francis C 

Holtywonger, James C... 
Hobzendolf, William H. 

Hunt, Thomas V 

Hurst, John 

Hurst, Macon S 

Keen, Allen 



Mch. 



'61 



Mch. 8, '62 
June 5, '61 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Captured at Gettysburg and paroled from prison 
at Fort Delaware at close of the war. 

Wounded at Gettysburg; afterwards captured at 
Wilderness May 6, '64 and paroled at close of 
the war. 



April 9, '65 



Keen, George D.. 
Keen, George W. 

Keen, John 

Keen, J. J 

Keen, Moses H.... 
Keen Wiley 



Kinard, Wiley A. 



Langford, F. M 

Lea, F. S 

Lee, J. L 

Lee, P. S 

Long, William H 

Manning, George W.. 

Melton, Robert 

Mennett, William H. 
Merritt, J. M 



Milligan, John 

Moore, James W 

Moore, Jacob T 

Moore, Philip G 

Morgan, Pliney 

Jfiblack, James L 

Niblack, James S 

Niblack, Joel 

O'Cain, William H... 

Owens, W. J 

Perry, James W 

PolhUl, William H... 

Powell, Joseph 

Raulerson, Elias 

Raulerson, Jackson.. 
Rausson, Henry W.. 
Reid, Marion K 



Reid, William F 

Register, Mitchel 

Richard, James R 

Roberts, R. B 

Rodgers, R. F 

Ross, A. H 

Rowling, John 

Selers, William L 

Smith, Coleman, 

Smith, James G 

Snellgrove, G. M 

Spicer, John R 

Tatum, Robert W 

Taylor, Robert 

Therman, Joseph W. 

Truluck, Jason 

Tyre, Lewis 

Umstead, George W. 

Vinard, W. A 

Waldron, J. C 

Ward, William P 

Waters, Isaac 

Williams, John 

Witt, A. J 

Wrey, William 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 



■tr.i 

'62 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
May 16, '65 



Apri 9, 
April 9, 
April 9, 



Mch. 7, '62 
'61 



April 9, 
April 9, 



Mch. 3, '62 
Mch. '62 



April 9, '65 



'61 
'61 



April 
April 



April 21, '62 
'61 
'61 
'61 

Mch. '62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 
April 



April 1, '62 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 



April 
April 



April 9, '65 



Mch. 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'61 



Deserted December '63. 

Wounded at the Wilderness, Va., May 6, '64; cap- 
tured and died in prison at FJmira, N. Y., Nov- 
ember 15, '64. 

Discharged, '63, disability; wounded at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Died in hospital at Lynchburg, Va., April 13, '63. 



Discharged, '63, disability; wounded at Culpepper 
August 1, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63, and Igft oa 

field. 
Died July 6, '62. 

Promoted Sergeant. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Killed in Seven Days Battle '62. 
Died in Jacksonville, Fla, smallpox, July 25, '62. 
Discharged, '63, disability; wounded, Gettysburg 
July 3, '63. 



Killed in Virginia. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, '62. 
Killed at Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, '62. 
KilledOin Virginia. 

Discharged, '62; wounded, Sharpsburg September 

13, '62, and disabled. 
Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Re-enlisted in 1st Reserves Reg. J. J. Daniel. 



Captured near close of war and paroled. 



Wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. 



Wounded and captured at Petersburg, '63, and 
imprisoned at Point Lookout. 



Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., captured and re- 
mained in prison until close of the war. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



140 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company C— 5th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William D. Bloxham. 

Council A. Bryan 



1st Lieutenant — 
I. McQuenn Auld. 



2nd Lieutenants — 

Mathew Lively 

Alexander L. Bull 

3rd Lieutenants — 

James D. Galbraith 

Leroy Allen...: 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Joseph 

Alligood, Charles S 

Alligood, James 

Atkinson, Stephen 

Atkinson, Wiley L 

Barefoot, Thomas B 

Barlow, John S 

Bariman, Elias 

Barnes, Elias 

Brown, William J 



April 
April 

April 



'62 

'62 



'62 



April 9, '65 



April 



'02 



Bruce, Robert L 

Bryan, Joseph L 

Carroll, William 

Comparett, John B 

Conner, Martin C 

Daughtery, James 

Daughtery, William... 
Davis, Washington J. 

Dudley, Rufus M 

Eppes, Nicholas W 



Fairbanks, Henry 

Farady, James W 

French, James W 

Gause, George W 

Gorman, Robert B.... 

Gramlin, J. W 

Grandy, Mike K 

Gray, Edward 

Hall, L. H 

Hargrove, Samuel T.. 

Hart, John R 

Hartsfield, Moses 

Harvey, Mike L 

Henby, James T 



Hicks, S. J 

Hinson, John H 

Holland, Thomas 

Holt, Asa H 

Holt, Christopher C 

Home, H. M 

Howell, John W 

Isler, D. C 

Isler, Fredrick W 

Isler, John F 

Isler, Thomas J 

I8ler, W. M 

Isler, W. M 

Jenkins, Samuel M 
ohnson, James W 

Jones, Charles S 

Jones, William L 

Kyle, Christopher C 

Kyle, C. C. Jr 

Lee, John A 

Levy, Alfred 

Levy, David 

Levy, Henry 

Levy, Richard 

Livingston, J. F 

Maxwell, Francis Oliver.. 

Mobley, Robert S 

Horris, Henry H 

Oliver, Arvin 



Feb. 27, '62 



Feb. 27. '62 
Mch. 28, '62 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



'til 



'02 



Feb. 22, '62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Mar. 



•01 



April 
April 



9, '65 
"9 ,'"'65 



April 



'02 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Mar. 



'02 



Transferred to Quartermaster Department, Madi- 
son, Fla. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain December '62; 
elected to Legislature and resigned November 
19, '64; afterward joined Co. C, Scott's Battalion 
talion, and served to close of the war. 

2nd Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant after bat- 
tle of Sharpsburg September 17, '62; com- 
manded company at surrender. 

Discharged, '62, for disability. 

1st Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; then 2nd 
Lieutenant. 

Discharged, '62, for consumption. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Cold Har- 
bor June 5, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant. 

Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded, Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Killed, Gettysburg July 3, 63 

Expiration of term; re-enlisted August, '62, in W. 
D. Bloxham's Co.; shot at the Wilderness, Va. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Petersburg, Va. 

Killed, Charlottsville; buried in cemetery of the 
University of Virginia. 



Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Transferred from Co. M, 2nd Regiment; appointed 
Sergeant-Major; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, for 
gallantry at the battle of Gettysburg and trans- 
ferred to 1st Cavalry. 

Killed, Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Discharged from Fort Delaware prison. 



Imprisoned, Fort Delaware, 

Sergeant. 

Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 

Shot at Sharpsburg, Maryland, disabled and dis- 
charged, '63. 
Died, Fort Delaware prison, '63. 

Killed, Chancellorsville, May 5, '63. 



Wounded, Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Wounded and captured, paroled from prison. 



Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Discharged June, '63 from Fort Delaware prison. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



Corporal. 



May 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Died, Richmond Va., Nov. 14, '62. 
Wounded, Chancellorsville May 4, '63; 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. Jfc _ 
Killed .Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



paroled . 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



141 



Roll Company C— 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 






April 


9, 


'6.5 1st Sergeant. 








Corporal. 

Promoted Corporal, wounded Gettysburg July 3, 






April 


9, 


'65 








'63. 








































Died at Staunton,Va. Sept. 18, '62; of pneumonia. 


Redd, Toliver C 




























































April 


9, 


'65 


Shot at Petersburg Oct. 9, '64. 






Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 




Mar. 22, '62 


April 

April 
April 
April 


9, 

9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 


Wounded, Gettysburg July, '63; captured and 


Scott, Allen 


imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded, Petersburg Va. 








Smith, R. B 


Mar. 11, '62 


Shot, Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 


Smith, W. D 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Stanford, H 






Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 




Mar. 15, '62 


April 
April 
April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 


"65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Sutton, S. M 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Thomas. W. H 
































Walters, William H 








Watkins, Robert M 








White, A. J 




April 


9, 


'65 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


White, S. H 










April 


9, 


'65 










Wiggins, Dan 


April 1. '62 


April 


9, 


'65 


1 Wounded severely, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Roll Company D — 5th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 






2nd Lieutenant, promoted to'Captain Co. D. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; became 




0. F. Peake 




April 


26, 


'65 




1 st Lieutenants — 






Hill Brvan Coffee 




April 


9, 


'65 




2nd Lieutenants — 










April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




3rd Lieutenants — 






G. W. Odum 






blind. 


ENLISTED MEN. 






Baker, William F 








June '63 
'61 








Died in hospital at Richmond,'.Va. April, '63. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May^3, '63. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 














Bennett, David W 










Bennett, George W 


April 


9, 


'65 




Blanton, E. C 


April '62 Anril 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Blanton, J. B 




April 
























































Burgess, R. W 








Burnett, G. M 














Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '65. 




Campbell, J. R 




April 


9, 


'65 





142 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Carlton, Thomas A.... 

Carter, Alex 

Carter, Archibald M.. 
Catlage, William 

Clark, Eli .'. 

Collins, Archibald M.. 

Coper, Silas L 

Dees, Marion 

DeLaughter, J. P 

Denmark, Jasper 

Devane, G. F \ 

Dewey, Richards 

Drane, Benjamin T. ... 

Drew, Benjamin R 

Drew, Thomas F 

Drew, Willis ; 

Driggers, Bartimirs .. 

Duer, William 

Dulton, Andrew L 



Edwards, Edward 

Edward, Samuel... 

Ellis, N. B 

Ellis, Nathaniel B... 
Elliot, George E. 

Ellison, J. D 

English, Mathew j. ........ 

English, Redding 

English, William.. 
Ezell, E; T ... 
Farmer, Richard.. 
Faulkner, Z T 

Flowers, Benjamin 

Flowers, Henry 

Flowers, Joseph 

Grambling, C. W.. .['.[[" 
Gramling, Joel F...."""[ 
Gramling, William J. 

Goza, Peter 

Hall, A. K 

Hawkins, D. D "" 

Hawkins, M 

Hawkins, W. D 

Henderson, John 

Hendrix, John G... 
Hinely, Edward S.. 

Hinely, J. H ._"; 

Howren, William D.... 
Humphries, Robt. B....! 

Jarvis, A. J 

Jarvis, James N .... 

Kelly, John I 

Lanier, F. S 

Lanier, M. V. B 

Leak, A. B ;"; 

Leak, Elzie 

Lee, John 

Lee, Josiah 

Lee, s. i ;;;;; 

Lewis, C. J 

Lewis, John 

Lewis, J. G 

Lindsay, Henry W .'.' 

Lindsay, Neway 

Livingston, J. F 

McDaniel, F. M 

Matthew, David L 

Montgomery, B. H 

Montgomery, James H. 

Montgomery, M. T 

Morgan, J. H 

Morgan, Olin M 

Newton, William H 

Odom, Nathan 

O'Quinn, J. R 

O'Quinn, V. J 

Page, Marion W 



Roll Company D — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Painter, John J 

Parker, M. W 

Parker, William T... 
Patterson, David B.. 
Patterson, Thomas.. 



MUSTERED 



Mar. 



'62 

'02 



April 7, '62 
April 7, '62 



'62 

'62 



'()_' 



Mar. 15, '62 
Dec. 



Jan. 



'61 



Mar. 26, '62 



Mar. 10, '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Culpepper Court House, Va. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Promoted Corporal, wounded at Gettysburg July 3" 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 
Wounded at Antietam, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 

Killed in battle at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 
Killed in battle at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 
Sergeant. 



Shot at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville.Va. May 3, '63 and 

died next day. 
Shot at Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64. 
Died of disease at Land's Mill.Va. Nov. 1, '62. 

Wounded at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Shot at battle of Wilderness. 
Sergeant. 

Captured at Gettysburg, Pa., and imprisoned at 
Fort Delaware until close of war. 



Sergeant; killed at Chancellorsville May 3, '65. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Transferred to Captain Bird's Company E. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Shot in leg and back at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '62. 



Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. 

lost right leg Sept. 17, '62; discharged Mar. 13, 

'63. 
Paroled from Hart's Island; N. Y. prison. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



143 



Roll Company D — 5th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Pert, Elias 




April 


9, 


'65 


















Porter, B. J 












April 


9, 


'65 




Power, F. E 
































April 


9, 


'65 














































April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 
















Shortridge, J. W 






















9 r- ■"» ; - - 






April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 








fc-jr^ i 




April '62 










Mar. 1, '62 


April 


10, 


'65 




Strickland, A. B 




















Thomas, William H 




April 


9, 


'65 


- --. 


Walker, D. L. M 










April 


9, 


'65 










Wentworth, J. H 













































Roll Company E — 5th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John W. Holleyman 

1st Lieutenants — 
mBenjamin F. Davis 

T. J. Vann 

2nd Lieutenant — 

William A. Livingston 

3rd Lieutenant — 

John A. Jenkins 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allison, Robert F 

Ambero, John 

Arnold, Ferris D 

Arnolds, William 

Barnett, James S 

Bailey, Joseph 

Bailey, W. H 

Bowers, P 

Boyt, William 

Brantley, Anthony 

Brown, Thomas 

Brown, William G 

Brown, William W 

Bryant, William 

Burnett, Thomas 

Butler, Thomas E 

.Calhoun, C. W 



Calhoun, L. H 

Calhoun, Thomas 

Campbell, Benjamin F.. 

Campbell, J. R 

Carrod, John O 

Cash, R. C 



MUSTERED 



April '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
'62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Promoted 1st Lieutenant, 



Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Disability; lost right armjat Sharpsburg September 
17, '62. 



Promoted Corporal. 

Died at Chancellorsville, buried at the cemetery 

of the University of Virginia. 
Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



144 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Cash, Richard E 


Feb. '62 


April 9, '65 


Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Cason, W 


Cliate, George W 






Cliate, Robert A 








Coffee. James 








Collins, G. L 








Coody, James 




April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Corporal; wounded at 2nd battle of Fredricks- 
burg, Va., captured at Petersburg and imprison- 
ed at Fort Delaware until close of war. 


Cox, D. N 


Mch. '62 
'61 


Cubbage, George Frank 




Davenport, J. A 




Dees, Moses W 






Drew, J. E 






Dukes, W. L... 






Duncan, Andrew J 






Ellison, Henry . 


'62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Flynn, James E . 




Flynn, Sam B 






Goodson, Wilson 


Feb. '62 


Discharged '62; Rheumatism. 


Goolesby, Alvin 




Grambling, Marques M... 








Hancock, Jackson. ... 








Hassie, Bryant P 








Henderson, Ed. J 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Henderson, John 






Henderson, Samuel C 


Feb. '62 


Captured at the Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64; sent to 

Point Lookout, Md. and remained until Nov. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Hicks, Levi 


Hudson, E 




Hudson, John A 






Hudson, Richard. 






Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Hughey, John 






Hughev, N. D 




April 9. '65 




Izler, I. P 






Johnson, John C 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Johnson, John W 


Feb. '62 


Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Jones, Isaiah 


Kelly, George C 






Lanier, Byrd... 








Lanier, F. M... 






Captured at Spottsylvania Court House May 5; died 


Lanier, Lamb 






Lanier, Luke P... 








Lanier Martin Vanburen 


May 13, '62 




Wounded severely at Wilderness, Va., May 25, '63; 

promoted Sergeant. 
Wounded near spinal column at Gettysburg, Pa. , 

Juy 2, '63; and captured; paroled from Fort 

Delaware. 
Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Lee, John T 




Leggett, John F 


Mar. '62 


April 9, '65 


Leinten, Hugh.. 


Leinten, James T. 






Livingston, J. F... 




April 9, '65 




Loyd, Joseph P 






McClellan, J. H.. 


Feb. 28, '62 


April 9, '65 




McDaniel, Duncan 




McGhin, H 




April 9, '65 




McNair, James W.. 






Moseley, Boaa W 






Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Norris, H. H 








Parsons, Josiah 








Philips, Benjamin W 








Philips, Joseph T 








Philips, Robert A 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Ponder, Benjamin F 


Aug. '62 


Transferred from Co. E, 4th Regiment, to 5th Regi- 
ment; shot at St. Marks, also at Sharpsburg, Md. 
Sept. 17, '62. 


Ponder, Ephriam D 


Ponder, W. J 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Ramsey, J. C 






Rayborn, James F 






Renew, G. A. 


Feb. '62 


April 9, '65 


Shot at the Wilderness May 6, '64; also at Brandy 


Renew, William 


Revels, Alfred 


Mar. '62 
'62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Revels, Riley 


Killed at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3, '64. 


Richardson, William . 


Rogers, W. C. Preston 








Sauls, James R 


Feb. 15, '62 






Scott, Warren 




Md. July 1, '65. 


Senice, B 






Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Sessions, Mezenar R 








Smith, Stephen M 








Soils, James 








Soils, Jeremiah F 










April '62 


April 9, '65 




Strickland William J 




Thigpen, Jesse 


'64 


April 9, '65 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



H5 



Roll Company E — 5th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 














April 9. '65 










Webb, George P . 








Webb, William 
























Williams, I. V 




April 9, '65 


















Withington, D. E 

























Roll Company F — 5th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John Frink 

R. W. Adams 

1st Lieutenant — 

Evan S. Wiley 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Edwin F. Wrede 

Francis M. Selph 

E. F. Woods 

William A. Shands 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, James L 

Adams, Willoughby 

Allen, Brittan 

Allison, Robert F 

Allman, William F 



Ashe. George C 



Averett, Henry 

Averett, J. E , 

Baker, John H 

Barker, Jerry 

Bell, James 

Bellflower, Robert R 

Bembry, Henry L 

Bembry, Thomas N 

Bishop, Joseph 

Black, William 

Bonds, Sanford 

Boon, Stephen H 

Brown, F. M 

Burton, William 

Cameron, John 

Cheshire, David 

Cheshire, William R 

Clark, J. M 

Coulson. Joseph 

Cribbs, D. J 

Danford, Thomas i. 

Dees, Elijah 

Dees, James 

Demerie, Paul 

Dempsey, Elvin W 

Dorman, George H 

Ellis, N. B 

Faircloth, Benjamin P. . 

Faircloth, Caleb 

Farweel, Augustus P 

Farweel, -James 

Fennell, James 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



'61 

•lil 



•<;i 
•01 



Mar. 



'62 



June '61 

April '62 

'61 



'61 

'61 

Feb. '62 

Feb. 14. '62 



'til 



April 



Ferguson, Thomas.. 

Fields, Kin 

Flowers, Benjamin.. 

Green, D. D 

Haddock, William... 

Hall, Elijah 

Harris, W. W 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 



April 
April 



April 
April 
April 



April 
April 



April 
April 
April 



Mar. 



'61 



Mar. 
Mar. 



Mar. 10, 



REMARKS. 



April 9, '65 



'65 
'65 



April 
April 



9, '65 
9, '65 



April 9, '65 



9. '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 



9. '65 
9, '65 



9. 

9, '65 

9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Killed, Gettysburg July 3, '63 
Promoted Captain. 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. F, 5th Florida. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. F, 5th Florida. 

Died of disease at Fredericksburg, Va. Dec. 14, '62. 

Corporal . 

Wounded in left hand, captured and imprisoned 
at Fort Delaware. 
April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured at 
Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64, imprisoned at Elmi- 
ra, N. Y. and paroled there July 1, '65. 

Wounded at North Anna River, Va. '64. 
1st Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



W T ounded at Fredericksburg, Va., '62. 
Corporal. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Discharged for disability, '62. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Discharged, '63; shot at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, 

•62. 
Wounded in Virginia and died Oct. 29, '63. 
Musician. 

Captured at Spottsylvania May 5, '64; died at 

Elmira, N. Y., imprisoned Oct., '64. 
Shot at Petersburg, Va. Oct., '64; promoted Ser- 
'65: geant. 



'65 



April 9, '65 



146 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — 5th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Herndon, H 


'61 

May 10, '62 
'61 
'61 




Wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 
Wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '63; captured, 

imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Herndon, James 




Hill, J. A 


April 9, '65 


Hillhouse, Barton N 


Hodges, M. W 


April 9, '65 


Horn, Henry M 


'61 
'61 
'61 




Hunter, Miles M. C 






Hunter, William M 






Jackson, B. F 


April 9, '65 




Jackson, Henry S 






Jackson, James O 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 

'62 


April 9. '65 


Corporal, wounded at Culpepper Court House, Va. 

Aug. 1, '63. 
Sergeant. 


Johns, W. R 


Jones, William J 




Kelly, James E 






April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Wounded at Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64; also at 

North Anna River, Va. May 25, '64. 
Paroled from hospital. 
Sergeant. 


Kendrick, George C... 


Lewis, Daniel M 


'61 
March 14, '62 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 


Lindsev, Henry F.... 
Lindsev, Wm. A. ... 


April 9 '65 


Locke, George W 




McCall, Benjamin F 


April 9, '65 


Sergeant; imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 


McCullons, Henry. . 


McCullons, Mathew 






Newson, James 


April 9, '65 
April 9. '65 




Oliver, Alfred 




Padgett, Zacariah 


'61 
'61 




Pavnne, Joseph ., 






Purviance, John S... 


April 9. '65 




Rawles, A 


'61 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3. '63. 

Captured and imprisoned at Elmira, N. Y. until 

close of war. 
Discharged Dec. '64; disease. 


Register, C. A 


April 9, '65 


Revels, Henrv. 


May '62 


Robinson, William. 


April 9. '65 


Roebuck, James H 


'61 

May '62 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




Roval, Alex 




Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3, '63; imprison- 


Rudd, William A.. 




Sanders, Joel 


April 9, '65 




xadders, Wm. M 


Wounded at Sharpsburg, Va. 
Sergeant. 


Shands, William A 


Shaw, W. J 




Sharpe, Charles \V 






Shiver, James A 




Corporal. 


Simpson, Aaron 




Simspon, Elijah M 






Simpson, Henry 


April 9, '65 


Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa. 






Sistrunk, Henry E. .. 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 






Sistrunk, William E 


April 9, '65 




Sloan, Isaac 




Smith, Owen C 






Smith, William Wilder 


April 9, '65 




Smith. William Willoughbv 




Swilly, Reason A.. 






Tavlor, Alexander... . 




Killed at Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 


Tavlor, Jerry B 


April 9, '65 




Tavlor, Lanban J 




Tavlor, Lewis 






Taylor, Nathaniel 






Thompson, William J 






Tyre, Nathaniel 






Umstead, John W 






Webb. John 


'61 






Wide, Edwin F 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Williams, Alfred 






Williams, David 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




Yates, J 






Zipperer. Solomon E 






Ziperer, Stephen G 







Roll Company G — 5th Florida Infantry. 


NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William J. Bailey 


'62 
'62 






George D. Raysor 


April 9, '65 




1 st Lieutenant — 
George R. Walker 


Mortally wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



147 



Roll Company G — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


2nd Lieutenant — 






Died in Petersburg, Va. 


3rd Lieutenant — 






Deserted to the enemy. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Abbott, William W .* 


Oct. 1, 


61 


April 


9. '65 










'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




















April 


9, '65 






Killed at Sharpsburg Md. Sept. 17, '62. 




'62 














Mar. 3, 
Oct. 


'62 
'61 




Wounded at Wilderness Va. ; promoted 1st Ser- 






geant and Sergeant-Major. 
Killed at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 






Sergeant. 


















Billingsley, H. C 




April 


9, '65 








Killed at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 








Killed at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '02. 




















Mar. 4, 


'6. 


April 


9, '65 


Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., at Cold Harbor and 




at Petersburg, Va. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 








Corporal; wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 












'62 








April 
April 
April 


9, '65 
9. '65 
9, '65 


Wounded at Wilderness, Va., promoted Corpora. 












Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; and left on 






field. 






April 


9, '65 








Discharged, '64; disability. 


Childers. L. J 


Dec. 


'61 


April 


9, '65 
'64 


Wounded severely at Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64. 




Discharged for disability. 


Cole, G W 


Oct. 1, 


'61 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Cole, W. J 




Wounded at the Wilderness, Va. May 6 '64; and 








died from wound at Chariot tsville May 24, '64, 








and buried in the Cemetery of the University of 






April 


9, '65 


Virginia. 






Appointed Corporal; '62. 






April 


9, '65 








Lost right arm at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, '63. 




Mar. 


'62 


April 


9, '65 


Killed at Wilderness. 




Sergeant; discharged '64, disability. 








Musician. 








Appointed Corporal, '61; died in service. 






April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 






Mar. 8, 


'62 


Shot at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 










April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 






Nov. 


'62 

'61 






Paroled. May '65. 




April 
April 


9. '65 
9. '65 








Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


















May 


'62 


April 


9, '65 


Discharged from Fortress Monroe. 








Mar 10, 
Mar. 10, 

Sept. 
May 


'65 
'63 

'61 
'61 










Discharged at Tallahassee, Fla., disability caused 






by measles. 
Killed in battle of Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 




April 


9, '65 






















Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 












April 


'61 


April 


9, '65 




















April 
April 


9. '65 

9, '65 


Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. \t, 62. 




Dec. 


'61 


Discharged Oct. 15, '62; disability. 








Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 






April 
April 
April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 
9. '65 




Lanier M. P. B 






LeRoy A 













148 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Lindsay, W. A 




April 9 '65 


Livingston, John S 






Corporal. 

Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Long, L 


Oct, '61 




McLean, John 




McMullen, John 








Milton James 


Oct. '61 




Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 


Morris, H. W 


April 9, '65 


Pollard, John 




Poppell, oeorge 








Poppell, H. D 








Poppell, John W 




April 9, '65 


Transferred, Battalion Cavalry; died from disease 
in Camp Jackson, Fla. Dec. 25, '62. 


Poppell, Pharoah 




Raynolds, George W 






Corporal. 


Reese, Drew W 






Reichert, J. D 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Reichert, J. T 




Promoted Sergeant, 

Corporal, promoted Sergeant; deserted. 


Richards, William B 




Richardson, W. M . 




April 9, '65 


Roach, Charles W 






Roach, George W... 








Roach, James B 




April 9, '65 




Rhodes, W. N 






Robertson, James J.... 








Rosser, George D.. . 








Sattonstall. William G 








Sealv, D. P 








Spears, Jam'es 




April 9, '65 




Stralin, Alford . . 






Strickland, J. P 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Promoted Corporal, '64. 


Strickland, Nathan W. 




Tavlor, W. B 




Truman, T. J 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Walker, D. M 






Walker, Isham J 

Walker. James A . . 


Mar. '63 


Promoted 1st Sergeant; discharged '63; for acci- 
dental injury to spine. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg Sept, 17, '62. 
Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Petersburg, Va. '62. 


Walker, John T 




April 9, '65 


Walker. Sit tie B 




Ward, K 


Oct, '61 
Feb. '62 




Watts. A. J 


April 9, '65 


Wheeler. James H 


Wheeler, John C 




April 9, '65 
June '63 




Whitfield, Benjamin 




Captured at Reams Station, Va., paroled from 


Whitehurst, Absalom 




Willie, J. J m . . 








Woods, F.fl 




April 9. '6.5 


Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


W 7 oods, Thomas J 




Woods, William M 




April 9, '65 




Wooten, James T 







Roll Company H (Liberty Guards) — 5th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William T. Gregory 

James G. Shuler 

1st Lieutenant — 

Benjamin F. Wood 

2nd Lieutenants — 

William H. Speight 

Benjamin T. Rich 

John W. Hosford 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Anglin , Thomas 

Atkins, Francis M 

Atkins, Samuel N 

Ayers, David 

Ayers, J. S 

Ayers, John 

Ayers, Solomon 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Mar. 10, 
Mar. 10, 



Mar. 10, 
Mar. 10, 
April 19, 



April 19, 

April 19, 

April 19, 

April 19, 

April 19, 

April 19, 

April 19, 



Mar. 10, '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 




April 
April 


9. 
9, 


'65 
'65 


April 

April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 


April 


9, 


'65 




April 


9, 


'65 





Wounded at Sharpsburg^ Md. Sept. 17, '62; was 
furloughed from hospital and reached home 
'62; where he died Dec. 18, '62. 

Promoted from 3rd Lieutenant to Captain; wound- 
ed at Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured and died 
on Johnson's Island Dec. 11, '63. Grave 121 



W r ounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Resigned Sept, '62. 

Promoted Lieutenant. 

Clerk, promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



149 



Roll Company H (Liberty Guards) — 5th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Ayers, Thompson 

Barr, James A 

Barr, Thomas G 

Bateman, B. M 

Bateman, Calvin 

Bateman, Wilev W. 

Beck, William H 

Bentley, R. M 

Bird, Andrew 

Bowlin, J 

Bowlin, W 

Branch, Henry 
Branch, James N 



April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
May 5, '62 



April 10, 
Mar. 10, 
April 19, 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



April 
April 



April 11, '62 



April 19, '62 
Oct. 20, '62 



April 19, '62 

April 19, '62 

April 19, '62 

Mar. 10, '62 



Hasford. Robert F... 
Hosford, Thomas J... 
Hofsord William H. 

Howard, A. J 

Hudson, James R 

Inman, B 

Jackson, T. H 

Johns, Francis M 

Johnson. John W 

Jones, William 

Jordan, T. C 

Kellv, James L. R 

Kirkland, Caleb 

Lamb, James 

Larkins, G 

Larkins, Dearborn 

Lee, Ichabod 

Lewis, John W 

Lewis, Timothy 

Licelt, Lemuel G 



April 19 
April 19, 



April 19, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 



April 19, '62 



April 19, '62 



Brown, .A. 

Brown, John 

Bryant. Edward J 

Bryant, George W 

Bryant. John R 

Buckhal ter , W illiam 

Burnes, B 

Burnes, Samuel Mar. 10, 

Cannon, James 

Carraway, James D 

Caurdle, John 

Chance. S 

Chestnut, John 

Clark, William B 

Conner, D 

Conner, James 

Crosby, Isham 

Davis, Henry 

Davis. John 

Dillard, John L 

Driggors, Willam W 

Dudley , A aron 

Dudley, Alexander C 

Dudley , Jesse 

Durham. William C 

Edenfield John 

Edwards, John W 

English, Samuel 

Ethridge, James 

Evans, William L 

Ferguson. Alexander M 

Fort, James E '. 

Franklin, Cicero D 

Glasque, Benjamin F 

Glenn, Thomas S 

Golden, Osco 

Goodson, G. W 

Graham, John R. B 

Green, John W 

Green, Thomas N 

Gwinn, E. H 

Hagan, George W. B 

Hagan, Henry D 

Hawkins, Jackson-J 

Hawkins, Thomas J 

Hentz, William 

Herndon. W. S 

Hill, William 

Holmes, John 

Holt, John 



'62 



9, '65lWounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62. 
9, '65 



A] nil 
April 



9, '65 
9, '65 



April 
April 



9, '65 
9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Wounded at Chariot tsville, buried in the cemetery 

of the University of Virginia. 
Discharged and re-enlisted in '62; Co. D, 10th Reg. 



Wounded at Petersburg July 30, '64. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaw-are. 

Sergeant. 



Mch. 10, 

April 19, 

Mch 10, 

April 19, 

April 14, 

April 14, 

April 14, 

Mch. 10, 



April 
April 



9, '65 



'62 

•62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

■62 

April 19, '62 

'62 

April 14, '62 

April 19, '62 

Mch. 10, '62 

'62 

'65 

'62 

'62 

'62 



April 
April 



April 
April 



9, '65 
9, '65 



Jan . 

April 19, 
April 19, 



Mar. 13, 
Mar. 13. 
April 19, 
April 19, 



Corporal; killed in action. 



April 9, '65 



Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 



Discharged for disability. 

Wounded between hips and lower ribs on right side. 
Sergeant; died Nov. 11, '62, at hospital. 



Imprisoned af Fort Delaware. 



'62 

'62 
'62iApril 

'62 



9, '65 



Mar. 
Mar. 



10, 
10, 



Mar. 



April 9, '65 Commissary, promoted 1st Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 



13, '62 April 
'62 



9, '65 



April 9, 62 



April 10, '62 
Mar. 13, '62 
Mar. 10, '62 



April 19, '62 



April 19, 



April 19. '62 
April 19, '62 



'62 



Wounded at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 

Captured at Gettvsburg '63; died at Fort Dela- 
ware Feb. 25, '64. 

Promoted Corporal and Sergeant; wounded at 
the Wilderness May 6, '64. 

Musician. 

Sergeant; killed at Sharpsburg. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 



150 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H (Liberty Guards) — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Little, Asa 


April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 






Littlefield, John... 






McDonald, George L 






McKnight, A. C... 






McPhaul, Neil L 


April 1, '62 

'62 

April 19, '62 

April 19, '62 

April 19", '62 


April 9, '65 




McQuaigge, Daniel .... 


Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 


Martin, Aaron.... 




Mathews, John J 




Imprisoned and paroled from Fort Delaware June 

10, '65. 
Promoted Sergeant; killed at Chancellorsville, 

May 4, '63. 


Meacham, Joseph 




Mercer, J. C. 




Moore, Edward 


April 19, '62 
Mar. 10, '62 
April 19, '62 




Morgan, William 






Morgan, William W 






Morris, W. C 




Sergeant. 


Morris, T. J.. 






Murray, George... 


Mar. 10, '62 
April 19, '62 




Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, 63. 


Nixon, James N 




Niel, W. H. H 






Oats, H 








Owens, H. P 




April 9, '65 




Owens, M 






Parker, John 


'62 
April 19, '62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Peacock, John W 




Peters, H. J ... 




Pickett, F 








Pope, Thomas M 


Mar. 10, '62 
April 19, '62 






Reaves, Joseph. 






Rhodes, John. 




1st Sergeant; killed in action. 


Rich, John F 


Mar. 10, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 
'62 


April 9, '65 


Ritter, Madison L 




Robertson, John W 






Rogers, Joseph.. 






Sansom, Bennett T 


April 9, '65 




Shuler, William E 




Smith, James F. 






Smith, James W 






Smith, R. R... 






Spears, John M 


April 19, '62 
April 19, '62 






Spears, William J... 






Sternly, Daniel 






Stone, Shade S... 


April 19, '62 

Mar. 10, '62 

'62 

April 19, '62 




Wounded at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '62; Cold Har- 
bor June, '64; and captured, paroled from 


Strickland, Fayette 




Taff, Joseph D 




Teat, A. F 






Thomas, L. Jackson 




Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Thomas, William A. J 


Mar. 10, '62 




Vinzant, G. W 


April 9, '65 




Williams, W. W. . 






Yon, Newton 


April 19, '62 




1st Corporal; transferred to Gregory's Co.; lost 
left leg at Sharpsburg and discharged. 







Roll Company- I — 5th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS 

Captains — 

Samuel A. Spencer 








James A. Kinlock 






1st Lieutenant promoted Captain; killed at the 

Wilderness. 
1st Sergeant, promoted 1st Lieutenant, thea 

Captain. 

2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. 


John Hill 




April 26, '65 


1st Lieutenant- 
John O. Morris 




2nd Lieutenant — 

M. B. Swearengen 


Mar. '62 


April 26, '65 


3rd Lieutenants — 

Willam H. Walker 


burg July 2, '63 and again at Sharpsburg, Md. 
Sept. 17, '62. 


George M. Ferguson 






on reorganization. 


Anderson Peeler 






action. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, J. M 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Allen, Leroy 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



351 



Roll Company I — 5th Flor'da Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Alligood, C. S 

Anderson, William H.. 

Ashley, John B. L 

Ashmore, Robert W 

Barrs, James M 

Bartleote, John 

Benton, William N 

Blitchington, William.. 

BrassweU, Henry H 

Brombly, Bennet 

Brown, William 

Bryan, J. L 

Butler, Daniel 

Butler, Green B 

Bird, Alexander 

Calaghan, Charles 

Calaghan, Thomas 

Campbell, W 

Carter, Jesse .-... 

Coleman, John 

Condelary, Peter 

Condelary, William 

Cox, James C 

Crowson, Moses 

Curry, Joseph 

Davis, A. P 

Davis, Levi 

Davidson, James 

Deas. John S 

Dudley. Milton 

Ellis, William R. L 

Eubanks, John 

Evers, Henry A 

Faircloth, Joshua 

Faircloth, Richard 

Parr. William L 

Fountaine, Green 

Fuquay, Cornelius 

Fuquay, George M 

Gilchrist, James M 

Grant, Philip G 

Grant, Washington 



Homer, I. A 

Jenkins, Joseph 

Johnson, Hugh 

Langston, Jesse 

Langston, William I. 

Lewis, Jesse 

Lohner, John P 

McCarthy, John T 

McKinnon, John I 

McSwain, Charles 

Marion, Joseph 

Munson, A. G 

Murray, John 

Norton, William 

Pedworth, David 

Raulerson, James T... 
Raulerson, William... 

Remington, A. H 

Revell, S. C 



Revell, Bisney E 

Richardson, Sol. B. 



Roath, Clifford D 

Robertson, Benjamin F.. 

Ronalds, Hiram 

Sealey, Jesse 

Stanford, Eli 

Stanford, J. H 

Stevens, William H 

Stewart, Wiley 

Sweat, James G 

Thomas, Daniel J 

Thomas, John C 

Toole, J. J 

Tucker, Charles P 

Van Brunt, Francis S 

West, George H 

Wrede, E. F 

Wood, William F 



April 26, '65 



May 
July 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Wounded, July 3, '63. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2 '63. 



April 26, '65 



Apri 26, '65 



r,2 



April 26, '65 



April 6, '65 



Mar. 1, '62 



Feb. 



'62 



W T ounded at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 



Killed at'Petersburg Va. July 4 '64. 
Killed in front of Petersburg, Va. '64. 
Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



April 28, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Transferred from 3rd Reg. to^Co. D. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant. 



Died at Charlottsville and buried injtthe cemetery 

of the University of Virginia. 
Killed at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 



Sergeant; transferred from Co. D. 3rd Regiment. 
Transferred from Co. D. 3rd Regiment. 



Sergeant. 



Discharged June 1, '62 for disability; re-enlisted 

in Engineer Corps and wounded at Olustee 

Feb. '64. 
Corporal. 

Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63. 
Sergeant. 
Captured, imprisoned at Fortress Monroe; paroled 

May 6, '65. 
Wounded at the Wilderness May, '64 and died 

May 9, '65. 
Wounded and lost right leg at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, 

'62 and discharged. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 



Corporal; died at Charlottsville and buried in the 
cemetery of the University of Virginia. 

Died in hospital at Richmond.Va. of disease. June 

•64. f-:^-;. („-. 

Transferred to Co. F. 20tn Ga. Cavalry; shot at 

Hall's Shop, Va. June 1, '64. 



152 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company K (Dixie Yeomen) — 5th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Richmond N. Gardner 

James B. Conner 

1st Lieutenant — 

Joel C. Blake 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Junius L. Taylor 

3rd Lieutenant — 

W. R. Blake 

ENLISTED MEN. 

A\kins, Robert R 

Aldridge, Richard M 

Aldridge, Thomas 

Austin, Benjamin 

Austin, John C 

Averitt, Jesse Jr 

Averitt, Walter H 



Baggett, M. W... 

Berry, A. F 

Blake, Isham ML 



Boles, William D.. 
Bond, Walter L .... 
Branch, Henry E. 

Bradford, John 

Brown, George T.. 



Brown, Jeff 

Brown, John H 

Bryan, William H 

Burney, John T 

Burney, Willis P 

Caldwell, Robert 

Carr, Charles H 

Carter, M 

Cay, Thomas 

Clark, E. W 

Clark, John Wesley 

Clark, William P 

Cromartie, John A... 

Davis, William W 

De Vaughn, Felix K 

Felkel, Daniel C 

Felkel, John Y 

Felkel, Wade O 

Felkel, Wesley R 

Ferrill, Gabriel 

Fleming, George A... 

Fletcher, J. P 

Folsom, Israel 

Folsom, W. T 

Gaskins, William 

Grace, Ben 

Grace, Jordan F 

Grace, Glenn 

Gramling, Irwin 

Gramling, John L 



Gramling, J. W 

Gramling, Wilber W... 

Gray, Jackson J 

Gray, William H 

Hammet, Radford 

Harrod. Jacob 

Hines, J. W 

Hinson, J 

Isler, Thomas J 

Isler, Nathaniel 

Jeffcoat, George W 

Jenkins, James H 

John, Daniel S 

Joiner, Joseph R 

Lastinger, E 

Leger, Hamilton 

Lewis, Willis 

Lipscomb, Edward P.. 

Lynch, James F 

Mazingo, John 

Merritt, J. W 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Mar. 30, '62 



April 



'62 



April 9. '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Feb. 20, '62 



Feb. 20, '62 



May 



•i,:; 



Mar. 11, '62 



Oct. 



'til 



Lost left arm at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Corporal, promoted 3rd Lieutenant then Captain. 

Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned Mar. 17, '63. 
Severly wounded at the Wilderness May 6, '64. 



Corporal. 

Sergeant; killed at the Wilderness. 

Lost left arm at Gettysburg July 2, '63 and dischar- 
ged. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63. 

Transferred from 5th Regiment to Company B., 
1st Cavalry, Captain of said Company shofr'Jat 
Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62; also wounded'at 
Dal ton Ga. while Captain of Company B. 

Died in service. 



Discharged. 

Wounded at the Wilderness, -Va. May 6, '64 and 

discharged for injuries, June, '64. 
Furnished substitute. 
Furnished substitute. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, and Gettys- 
burg July 2, '63. 
Deserted. 
Sergeant, died in service. 



Promoted Sergeant. 

Paroled from Fort Delaware. 

Deserted at Petersburg. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Sergeant. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Discharged. 

Died in service. 

Killed at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '63. 

Killed. 

Deserted at Petersburg. 



Wounded at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '63 and died. 

Killed. 

Died in service. 

Sergeant 

Wounded and captured at Gettysburg July 2, '63, 

paroled from Fort Delaware at close of war. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 4, '63. 

Discharged June 15, '62; for disability, re-enlisted 
on Gun Boat Spray and paroled at close of war. 
Killed at Cold Harbor. 

Killed. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died in service. 

Shot at Reams Station June 23, '64. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Died in Richmond. 

Musician. 



Died. 

Wounded at Atleas Station and died. 



Discharged. 

Wounded at BristowStation Oct. 15, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



153 



Roll Company K (Dixie Yeomen) — 5th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Montford, Thomas . 
Nash, John W 



Perkins, John H 

Perkins, William 

Puller, Mallard L 

Peagan, A 

Shine, Thomas W 

Shores, Franklin I 

Snipes, William M. D .. 
Strickland, William L 

Stringer, Daniel F 

Sweatman, F. M 

Thompson, A 

Walker, Benjamin F 

Wheeler, A. H 

Wilford, John H 

Willis, Patrick 

Willis, Robert M 

Zeigler, Vann 



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April 9, '65 

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Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Transferred to Western Army and made Captain 
of Co. I; wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Discharged for disability, fall of '64. 
Furnished a substitute. 
Musician ; discharged. 
Killed. 

1st Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 4, '63. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at the Wilderness. 



Corporal. 

Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
W'ounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63 and died. 



Died. 
Died. 



SIXTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



Early in the spring of 1862 the 6th Florida Regiment was organized at 
Chattahoochee by the election of Jesse J. Finley as Colonel; Angus McLean, 
Lieutenant-Colonel; Daniel Kenan, Major. This Regiment was organized by 
the State and immediately turned over to the Confederate service and 
ordered to report to Gen. E. Kirby Smith at Knoxville, who was then Com- 
mander of the Department of East Tennessee. There the 6th and 7th Florida 
Regiments and the 1st Florida Cavalry, Dismounted, were placed under the 
command of William G. M. Davis as senior Colonel. 

In the early spring of 1862 General Smith, with his command, was or- 
dered to join General Bragg in his march into Kentucky in pursuit of General 
Buel, who was then under retreat. The 6th Florida Regiment went through 
the Kentucky campaign when General Bragg retreated from the State before 
General Buel, who had been heavily reinforced and who had again assumed 
he offensive. Coming out of Kentucky, Colonel Finley was ordered to occupy 
and defend Cumberland Gap against a possible approach by the enemy. The 
6th Florida Regiment was afterward relieved by General Grade's Brigade, 
and the 6th was ordered back to Knoxville where it remained in winter quar- 
ters during the winter. of 1862-63. 

The Regiment remained 111 Knoxville until the following summer, when 
General Smith's command was ordered to report to General Bragg at Chatta- 
nooga In the meanwhile, however, Colonel Davis was commissioned a Briga- 
dier General and the 54th Virginia was added to the Brigade, and Colonel 
Trigg was assigned to the command of the Brigade as senior Colonel. 

The 6th Florida Regiment was in the bloody battle of Chickamauga, in 
the reserve corps of the first day's fight and ordered to make a charge on a 
Feder&l battery of artillery. This charge was made by the Regiment alone 
through an old field — the battery of the enemy being on the crest of a ridge 
about the center of the field. In making the charge it was enfiladed by the 
battery of the enemy to its left, which was near enough to use cannister and 



i 5 4 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

grape-shot. The Regiment carried the position and the battery in front re- 
treated. It was now about sun-down, when the Regiment received preemp- 
tory orders to retire from the field, which it did bivouacking just outside of the 
field. In making the charge the Regiment bore itself with distingushed firm- 
ness and gallantry. 

In the next day's battle the 6th Florida Regiment and the 54th Virginia 
were supporting a battalion of Confederate artillery, which was not then en- 
gaged, when they were ordered to the right to reinforce Gen. Patton Anderson 
and General Kelly, whose pickets only were then engaged, their ammunition 
being nearly exhausted. 

When the two Regiments came up General Anderson gave them their 
proper alignment for moving squarely upon the enemy, which they did; and 
about sun-down they cleared the heights of Chickamauga and about five 
hundred (500) of the enemy, who were armed with Colt's revolving rifles, 
surrendered — Colonel Trigg, the Brigade commander, and the 7th Florida 
Regiment under Colonel Bullock having first come up. This was about the 
last fighting on the second day's battle of Chickamauga. The army under 
the command of General Bragg achieved a complete victory over the enemy, 
but remained a day on the battle field after the battle. 

In the meantime Federal General Thomas rallied the fleeing forces of the 
enemy and occupied the strong fortifications at and around Chattanooga ; and 
General Bragg, occupying Missionary Ridge, laid siege to the beleaguered city. 

During the winter the Confederate Army was reorganized and all the 
Florida Regiments, then in the Army of Tennessee, were brigaded together, 
comprising the 6th Florida Regiment, under the command of Colonel McLean; 
the 7th Florida Regiment, under the command of Colonel Bullock; the 1st 
and 3d Regiments (consolidated), under the command of Colonel Dilworth; 
the 4th Florida Regiment, under the command of Col. W. L. Bo wen; the 1st 
Cavalry, Dismounted, under the command of Col. George Troup Maxwell; 
and Colonel Finley was commissioned Brigadier-General and assigned to the 
command thereof. 

At the battle of Missionary Ridge, in which the Brigade participated, the 
6th Florida Regiment and the 1st and 3d Regiments were in the main Con- 
federate line of battle on the crest of the Ridge; while the 7th Regiment and 
the 4th Regiment and the 1st Florida Cavalry, Dismounted, were on the picket 
line in the valley under orders on the advance of the Federal forces to fall 
back to the intrenchments at the foot of the Ridge; this they executed and 
they were driven out of the intrenchments by the overwhelming numbers of 
the enemy and a large portion were captured in ascending the steep acclivities 
of the Ridge. 

The 6th Florida Regiment and the 1st and 3rd Regiments were posted in 
the dip of the Ridge near General Bragg's headquarters, and occupied their 
position on the fire line until peremptorily ordered to retire — they being about 
the last of the Confederate troops to leave the Ridge. The Confederate Army 
then fell back to Dalton; there it went into winter quarters, and Gen. Joseph 
E. Johnston, succeeding General Bragg, assumed command of the Army. 

The Brigade was in the battle of Rocky Face in front of Dalton in Feb- 



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155 



uary, when, after two days fight, General Sherman fell back to Chattanooga 
to wait reinforcements. Having received reinforcements, he advanced again 
in May with superior numbers and, after a two days' battle and an attempt to 
flank General Johnston's army, the latter commenced the famous retreat under 
General Johnston to Atlanta. 

The army then fell back to Resaca and deployed into line of battle in a 
strong position and, after a two days' battle (in which General Finley was 
wounded), again took up the line of retreat. And, not to be tedious — the 
Brigade was in all the battles from Dalton to Atlanta, bearing itself with its 
customary intrepidity and bravery. 

It was then that General Johnston was removed from the command of 
the Army and was succeeded by General Hood. The Brigade participated in 
the battles of Atlanta and Jonesboro, in which last battle General Finley was 
again wounded. 

The Brigade was with Hood in his unfortunate and disastrous campaign 
into Tennessee; and after the retreat of the Confederate Army from Nash- 
ville, it was transferred, with General Hood's command, to North Carolina 
and was in the battle of Bentonville just before the surrender of General Lee 
at Appomatox. 

Col. Daniel Kenan, in the battle of Bentonville, was wounded in the leg 
so severely that amputation was necessary; and Col. Angus McLean was killed 
in the battle of Dallas on the retreat from Dalton to Atlanta. 

It may be truly said that the Florida troops, in both the Tennesseee Army 
and in Virginia, conducted themselves with patriotism and gallantry. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 6th Florida Infantry. 



Colonels — 

Jesse Johnson P'inley 

Angus McLean 

Daniel L. Kenan 

Lieutenant Colonels — 

Angus McLean 

R. H. M. Davidson... 



Daniel L. Kenan 

Majors — 

R. H. M. Davidson. 
Daniel L. Kenan 



Surgeon- — 

J. T. Holder 

Assistant Surgeons — 

Perry 

Adjutants — 

John R. Ely 

Frank Philips 

Sergeant Major — 



Commissary — 

John P. Jordan. 
Chaplains — 

Tomkies. . 

-Giles. 



Silas Cooper 

Quartermasters — 

Alexander Smith 

Jeff Coleman 

William Gunn 

Quartermaster Sergeants- 



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April 15, 

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April 15, 



April 15, 

April 15, 

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April 15, 



April 15, 

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April 15, '62 



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REMARKS. 



Promoted Brigadier-General. 

Killed at Dallas, Georgia. 

Wounded and disabled at Bentonville. 

Promoted Colonel Dec, '63. 

Severely wounded and disabled at Dallas, Ga. May 
28, '64; promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, '64. 
Promoted Colonel. 



'61 Promoted Lieutenant Colonel; vice McLean killed. 

'61 ... ..Promoted Lieutenant Colonel; vice Davidson 

disabled. 



April 15, '62 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Resigned, April 24, '63. 
Killed at Resaca, Georgi" 



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Roll, Field and Staff— 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


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REMARKS. 


Ordnance Sergeant — 

Hospital Steward — 

ist Lieutenant and Ensign — 














Nashville Dec. 16; imprisoned on Johnson's 
Island. 



Roll Company A — 6th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Robert H. M. Davidson. 

C. E. L. Allison 

McNicolson 

ist Lieutenant — 

Anderson M. Harris 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Hugh Black 



Mar. 12, 
Mar. 12, 
Mar. 12, 



April 26, '65 Promoted Major; Lieutenant-Colonel. 
April 26, '65 Promoted Captain; shot at Chickamauga, Ga. 
April 26, '65 Promoted Captain. 



Mar. 12. '62 



William C. Gunn. 



Mar. 12, 
Mar. 17, 



April 26, '65j 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



3rd Lieutenant — 

Edward B. White 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Barker, J. S 

Black, NeilG 

Boykin. James C 

Bracewell, Joseph 

Brown, E. D 

Bryant, J 

Butler, Jesse R 

Butler, John 

Campbell, John C 

Cannon, David 

Cannon, Jacob C 

Cannon, Thomas H 

Carroll, William 

Cowan, John J 

Crawford, George W 

Crawford, James 

Crosby, Henry A 

Crosby, Isham J 

Davis, William 

Dugger, Simeon 

Edenfield, Elias J 

Eubanks, Darlie 

Fair, William 

Ferrell, W. J 

Fillingin, John I 

Fletcher, Joseph C 

Flowers, Henry 

Freeman, Richard 

Gatlin, Thomas 

Gatlin, William 

Glover, George K 

Goldmire, Robert L 

Gora, W. W 

Grubb, Thomas L 

Hair, John 

Harden, James T 

Harrington, William 

Harris, Samuel H 

Holloway, Benjamin F 

Home, Henry F 

Howard, John F 

Howe, John H 

Johnson, William M 

Jones, R. Emmett 

Jordan, John P 

Karkein, William J 

Keadle, John H 

Kenan, Daniel L 

Kenardy, J. T. H 



Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65 



Mar. 
Mar. 

May 



'62 
'62 
'62 



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May 
Mar. 



12, 
15, 



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Mar. 
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Mch. 
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Mch. 
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Mch. 24, '62 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
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April 26, '65 
Aprir'267'65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



1st Sergeant;; promoted 3rd Lieutenant, wounded. 
Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 

Shot at Atlanta, Ga. July 22, '64. 

Corporal; died in service. 

Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; mortally wounded. 
Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Wounded at Kennesaw Mt. Ga. June, '64. 

Shot at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63. 



April 9. '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Mch. 
Mch. 



Mch. 
M"h. 



Mch. 
Mch. 
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shot 



April 26, '65 3rd Lieutenant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant; 
at Chickamauga. 
Corporal, promoted Sergeant; 3rd and 2nd Lieu- 
tenant; wounded. 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Corporal. 

Promoted Corporal; died in service. 

Captured at Kennesaw Mt. July 1, '64; carried to 
Camp Morton Ind. and there lost right eye from 
disease; paroled from prison. 

Corporal; captured at Nashville, Dec. 15, '64 
imprisoned and paroled at Camp Douglass June 
'65. 



Transferred to Smith's Cavalry. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded. 

Killed at Missionary Ridge December 27, '63. 

Sergeant. 



Aoril 26, '65'Corporal 



April 26, '65 



Promoted Sergeant; April 18, '62, then Regimental 
Q. M. 

1st Sergeant; promoted Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, 
and Colonel; lost leg at Bentonville. 



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157 



Roll Company A — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Kennedy, Thomas 

King, Henry 

Kirkland, S. H 

Kirkland, William J 

Laird, Henry 

Laird, James 

Lambert, Benjamin 

Lambert, Thomas 

Langston, Jacob R 

Langston, James 

Langston, Jonathan B 

Long, Charles E 

McAlily, Samuel 

McAlpin, Arlington 

McClellan, A 

McCullers, Hardy 

McLeod. Alexander 

McNair, F. L 

McPhaul, Hamilton 

McPherson, Alexander M. 

McPherson, Archibald 

McPherson, James 

Martin, Jeremiah J 

Martin, M. L 

Nicholson, Angus 

Owen, L. S 

Parramore, Adam J 

Parker, Stephen A 

Penny, John J 

Peters. A. J. ... 

Peters, Francis M 

Peters, Hardy 

Pittman. John C 

Poindexter, John W 

Pringle, Byardam G 

Renew. Timothy 

Re veil, Stephen 

Richards, W. N 

Robinson, William E 

Robinson, William U 

Rudd. Jerry 

Rudd. Samuel 

Sanders, John C 

Sapp, Asa 

Shenhard. B. F.... 

Shepard, Fountain H 

Smith. William J 

Smith William T 

Suber. Lemuel P 

Thomas, P. T. M. T 

Thomas, W. A... 

Thompson, Tobias 

Tolar, John R 

Vendrick John 

Vendrick, Nathan 

Wade. William H 

Walden, Lemuel J 



Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 13, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, 
April 26, 



June 1, 

Mch. 22, 

Mch. 19, 

x\lch. 19, 

Mch. 19, 

Mch. 12. 

Mch. 12, 

Mch. 12, 

Mch. 19, 

Mch. 20, 

Mch. 20, 

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Mar. 20, 

Mar. 20. 

Mar. 20, 

Mar. 20, 

Mar. 12, 

Mar. 12, 

Mar. 12, 

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Mar. 21, 

Mar. 21, 

Mar. 21, 

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Mar. 14, 

Mar. 14, 

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Mar. 6, 

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Mar. 10, 

Mar. 12. 

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Mar. 12, 

Mar. 4, 

Mar. 12, 

Mar. 12. 

Mar. 13, 

iMar. 12, 

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.Mar. 21, 

.Mar. 21, 

.Mar. 12, 

IMar. 12, 

.iMar. 28, 

.IMar. 28, 

Mar. 12. 

.Mar. 12, 
I 



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April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 16, '65 



April 16, 

April 26, 

April 26, 

April 26. '65 

April 26, '65 



Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded mortally. 



Transferred from 1st Ala. 
Died at Cumberland Gap. 
Corporal. 



Discharged May, '63, for disability. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Bentonville, N. C, March 19, '64. 

Musician. 

Died of pneumonia at Knoxville May 10, '63. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April" 26, '65 
April "26, "'65 



Died at Camp Chase Feb. 11, '65; Grave No. 1152. 
Corporal. 



Promoted Sergeant; came near killing General 
Forrest'Jwhile on picket near Murfreesborough 
Tennessee. 
April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 16, '65 

April" 26," '65 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge Dec. 27, '63 and 
discharged. 



Wounded in the hip, in Georgia. 
Discharged. '63; for cause unknown. 



April 26, '65 Promoted Sergeant; 
! Sept. 20, '63. 



wounded at Chickamauga 



Roll Company B — 6th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Samuel B. Love 

Malcolm Nicholson 

1st Lieutenants — 

William H. Scott... 

Raburn H. Reeves 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Theophilus S. Luckie 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Donald W. Nicholson 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Albert, Joseph 



Barefoot, Thomas.. 
Bustick, William... 



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Mar. 12, '62 
April 5, '61 

April 18, '65 



MUSTERED 
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April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 5, '61 



REMARKS. 



Resigned, '63, in Tennessee. 
Sergeant, promoted Captain. 

Resigned. 

2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Sergeant promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Resigned. 

Died in prison at Columbus, O. March 1, '65; 

Grave No. 82. 
Died in prison, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, 

Chicago. 



158 



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Roll Company B — 6th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Boykin, Lott C 










1 








I 
















| 






Campbell, William J 


• 






Chandler, Joseph C 


April '64' 


April 26, '65 








Chester, Marion A 
















Crabbs, Richard 








Crosby, Richard 








Elliot, Joseph D. P. S 








Elliot, Nixon 




April 26, '62 


Corporal; honorable mentionjat Chickamauga. 


Ferrell, Daniel 




Ferrell, W. J 










































Mar. 12, '62 












Hall, Iradell A 


Mar. 12, '62 


April 26, '65 








Harrison, William S 








Henly, Thomas N 








Hill, Thomas 






Died in Camp Chase Nov. 12, '64; Grave No. 453. 


Hollv, Lewis 
















Howell, John 
































Johnson, Irvin W 








Johnson, John W 








Johnson, William F 










Mar. 1, '62 


April 26, '65 




Jones, C. H 
















April 26, '65 




Lawrence, William 


















April 26, '65 




McCall, Sherod 






McElly, Albert B 












































April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




































April 26, '65 




























May '62 
'62 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Wou at Resaca, Ga. May 14, 64. 








Parrott, W. B 








Perkins, William H 
















Rich, John B 












April 26, '65 








Corporal, promoted Sergeant. 


Schwarzenback, Franklin 














Smith, Alexander L 












April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Sergeant. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 

Discharged June 8, '63 for disability. 


Smith, T. S 












April 26, '65 














Corporal. 








Truluck, David M 






















Sergeant; died in service. 














Died at Camp Chase June 4, '65, 









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159 



Roll Company B — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



White, Thomas J... 
Weakely, John W. 

Weakely, Paul 

Weakely, Silas 

Wray. William F... 
Wry. John 



May 



'62 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Shot at Stone Mt. Ga. July 22, '64. 



Roll Company C — 6th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


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OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenants — 

W. B. Malone 












April 26, '65 


Wounded at Chickarnauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63; pro- 
moted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant. 

Shot through the liver at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 


2nd Lieutenant — 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Albert. J. J 






Austen, B. W 














Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 
Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. and captured, 

sent to Rock Island, Ills., and exchanged Mar. 20 

'65. 




Mar. '62 


April 26, '65 


























Brown, C. B 






















Died at Camp Chase Prison, May 19, '65; Grave 
No. 1984. 
















Cloud. J 














Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 
























Darby, T. H 
























Dudley, J. S 








Dunn, H. D 




April 26, '65 










Dyer, G. W 


May 5, '62 






Dyke. John T 






Fair, F. W 








Ferrell, W. D 
















Gillis, M. M 




































April 26, '65 














April 26. '65 


Wounded at Dallas, Georgia., May 28, '64. 








Kennedy, S. G 
















"Lang, W. R 








Lester, H. W 








Love, W. W 








McBride. A. S 






Corporal. 








Honorable mention. 


McDonald, D ,. 








McDonald, F. J 
























McRee, D. G 






Killed May 28, '64, at Dallas, Ga. 








Sergeant. 




May '62 




Died in Tenn., Sept., '63. 
































Mills John S 

















i6o 



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Roll Company C — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



mustered 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Mole, John A 

Muse, A. H 

Nicholson, Angus 

Oneal, J. B 

Owens, W. J 

Pittman, John C. .. 

Rawls, A. J 

Reeves, J. S 

Richards, W. N.... 
Roach, Robert 



Rowan, S. T 

Sadler, John 

Sadler, John W 

Santapher, Jacob 

Smart, John H 

Smith, B. S. G 

Smith, F. M 

Spear, H. L 

Sylvester, William M. 

Thomas, E. J 

Thomas, H. D 

Thomas, William H... 

Temple, J. J 

Tharple, E. J 

Whaley, John 

Whaley, Thomas 

Wynn, Filed 

Yates J. J 



May 15, '61 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Musician. 
Corporal. 

Sergeant. 



Died at Camp Chase Prison, Feb. 13, '61; Grave 

No. 1222. 
Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



Sergeant. 

Corporal; Camp Chase Prison, Mar. 11, '61; Grave 
No. 1622. 



April 26, '65 



Roll Company D — 6th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



Mt T STERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 



Captains — 

Jesse J. Finley. 
John L. Hayes 



J. B. Anderson 

ist Lieutenant — 

James Hays 

2nd Lieutenant — 

John W. Butt 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Robert L. Dickson 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Armstead, Thomas J 

Baxter, F. G 

Baxter, John J 

Barnes, Jesse B 

Beauchamp, J. A 



Bowden, Samuel 

Brantley, John D 

Brett, John W 

Brower, William 

Cain, Augustus C 

Cain, John S 

Caldwell, George 

Carter, Wyatt S 

Carraway, John M 
Cawthorn, Stephen J.. 

Chisholm, Robert. 

Collier, James 

Compton, Charles F. ... 

Conner, Edward J 

Conner, Willis A 

Conrad, D. S 

Culbreth, David 

Daniel Elijah J 

Daniel, Jonas 

Deason, Abram 

Devone, Leonard H 

Dickson, John J 

Drummond, James 

Dykes, John J 



Mar. 17, 
Mar. 18, 



Mar. 18, 
Mar. 17, 



April 26, '65 



Mar. 17, '62 



Mar. 18, 

Mar. 17, 
Mar. 

Mar. 17, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17. 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 18, 



April 26, '65 



Promoted Colonel, Brigadier General. 

1st L eutenant, promoted Captain; killed, Dallas 

Ga. '64. 
2nd Lieutenant, promoted Captain. 

ft* 
2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Resigned, April 30, '63. 



Died at Camp Chase Prison, Mar. 31, '61; Grave 

No. 1645. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Commissary Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 



Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 18, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 

Mar. 17, 



Died at Camp Douglass Prison, buried Oakwood 
Cemetery. 



Wounded, Aug. 20, '64; was at home on furlough 
when Lee surrendered. 



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161 



Roll Company D — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MU6TERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS 


Ellis, E. W 








Died at Camp Chase, 0., Nov. 10 '64- 
445. 


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Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
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Died at Camp Douglass Prison. 
Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64. 
Killed at Atlanta, Aug. 7, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia. 






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Hibbard, Wilson 


















Holden, J. T 


April 26, 


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Holton, William H 












Jackson, M. V. B 




















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April 26, 


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Mitchell, Thomas J 


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Perry, John J 












Ridley, Joseph D 






Richardson, James N 

Riley, William T 


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Rogers, Francis M 


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Shepherd, B. F 


April 26, 


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Simmons, Mercer 
















Snell, Robert F 


















Starling. Solomon 

Steed, John R 


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Toole, Hezekiah I. I 












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Yon, Wesley C 







Roll Company E — 6th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Henry O. Bassett 






Killed in Marianna raid. 


ist Lieutenant — 






Resigned April 8, '6?. 



162 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
•IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


2nd Lieutenants — 




May '65 


Promoted Captain and Adjutant, 6th Regiment. 












3rd Lieutenant — 

W. W. Brown 


Vlar. 


'62 




Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Company E. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Bassett, G. W 


April 26, '65 


Bennett, D. T 


















April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 










Bray, W. W 


Mar. 


'62 
















Bush, P. C 






Died in Camp Chase, June 5 '65 grave No. 706. 


















Feb. 1, 


'62 










until April 1, 65; paroled for exchange a few 
days before the close of the war. 
Died, Camp Chase, July 14, '65; grave No. 763. 
















Cutts, William F 








Davis John T 










Mar. 15, 


'62 


April 26, '65 








Everett, Robert P 


















Mar. 28, 


'62 


April 26, '65 


Shot at Tunnell Hill, Ga., Feb. 18, '64. 














Giles, J. J.. .. 


Mar. 
Mar. 


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Discharged Nov. '64; cause, disability. 
Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64. 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
Apri 26, '65 






Magr. 10 
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Ham, William D 


Died in hospital at Knoxville,'_Tenn.,,"Jan., '63. 














Harrell, J. H. 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 






Mar. 28, 


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Hermett, E. D 




Hill, Denlev 












Holden, J. T 




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April 26, '65 










McDonald, William P 




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April 26. '65 


Wounded at New Hope Church, Ga., Mar. 28, '63. 






Sexton, J. W 




Wounded at Chickamauga, Tenn., Sept. 19 '63; 


Sheoherd. William H. .. 




died Dec. 2. '62. 












April 


'62 


April 26, "65 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

(Continued.) 



163 



Simpson, P. A 

Simpson, W. D 

Smith, John W 

Stewart, John 

Taylor, Jasper 

Tindall, Moses 

White, Joseph 

Whittle, Ellison A 

Wilson, James Franklin. 



Williams, George F.. 

Williams, S. J 

York, John 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



May 7, '62 
May 7, '62 



Mar. 15, '62 



May 12, '61 
May '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, 
April 26, 



Apri 26, 

April 26, 

April 26, 

April 26, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Shot at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, '63. 
Sergeant. 

Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 10, '63. 
Wounded severely in left shouulder and left bip. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63- cap- 
tured at Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 5, '64; carried to 
Camp Chase, O., where he died Jan. 21 '65 of 
small-pox, grave No. 833. 

Wounded slightly during service. 

Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



Roll Company F (Magnolia State Guards) — 6th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS . 

Captains — 


Oct. 16, '61 




Died at Columbus, Ga., hospital July 9, '62. 
1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain; wounded at 
Chickamauga and disabled. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, wounded and disabled. 

Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, '63. 

Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; killed at 

Knoxville. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, captured in May. 




April 26, '65 


1st Lieutenant — 


Oct. 16, '61 


2nd Lieutenant — 




3rd Lieutenants — 














Oct, 16, '61 

Oct. 16, '61 
Oct. 16, '61 
Oct. 16, '61 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Battle, Henry 












Cdattey, James W 






Blair, William F 






























Bullock, G. K 






Died, Camp Chase, Nov. 13, '64; grave No. 44i>. 


Busby, John 














Butler, John 












April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Carpenter, William 














Oct. 16, '61 




Corporal. 


Clark, William G 




Cloud, Martin ;: 












April 26, '65 


Wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, '63. 


Crawford, Archibald 




















Devane, Robertson C 








Derrick, H. M 








Dickerson, DeKalb 


Oct. 16, '61 
June 15, '62 










Wounded at Dallas. Ga., May 28, '64, and dis- 




















Died, Camp Chase, 0. 10,'64; grave No. 590. 


Gable, J. D 




April 26 '65 
April 26, '65 


Gable, J. H 


























Sergeant, 
























Gav. Thomas B 










Oct. 16, '61 






































Oct. 16, '61 
Mar. 1, '62 








April 26, '65 





164 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA 



Roll Company F (Magnolia State Guards) — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 






April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


1st Sergeant. 












Died, Camp Chase, O., Feb. 16, '65; grave No. 1287. 














April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Holden, J. T. (M. D.). ... 




Promoted Surgeon, C. S. A. 




Oct. 16, '61 
Aug. '61 
Oct. 16, '61 




Hollister, William H 


April 26, '65 


Transferred to Abell's Battery, '65; shot through 
lung at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63; pro- 




















April 26, '65 






Oct. 16, '61 
Mar. '62 






Aoril 26. '65 


Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 





































April 26, '65 








Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 
































Mercer, J. C 






Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 


Mercer, J. H 














Myrick, Litt 


Oct. 16, '61 






Nail, James 




Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 


Pelt, Obedeah 






Pelt, Robert 








Pelt, William W 








Player, Aaron F 








Player, Daniel H 


Feb '61 


April 26, '65 
April 26, 65 




Player, W. J 


ville, N. C. 


Potter, William R. F 




Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 13, '63. 


Revels. George W 








Sansom, J. T. L 


Mar. 15. '62 




Captured at Nashville, Tenn., '64; sent to prison 
at Camp Douglass, 111., from there paroled 


Scott. McGilberry 




Shores, Joseph D 






Simms, Henry G 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Simms, Isaac 






Sims, Samuel 


Mar. '61 




Sims, William H 




Simmons, J. T 


May 3, '62 


April 26, '65 


Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 20, '63. 






Slade, George W 








Stanley. N. J 


Oct. 16, '61 










Discharged for disability. 








Stephens, William D 




April 26, '65 




Straus, S 


Oct. 16. '61 




Strickand, N. L 






Vanderford, Thomas 








Varner, Elijah 








Wadford, William 
















Wood, Right 








Young, A. N 









Roll Company G — 6th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Henry B. Grace 

1 st Lieutenant — 

John E. Wilson 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Charles L. Herring 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Daniel McGill 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford, James W 

Ayers. Daniel 

Barefoot, Noah 



Mar. 11, '62 

Mar. 11. '62 

Mar. 11, '62 

Mar. 11. '62 

Mar. 11, '62 

Mar. 11. '62 

Mar. 11. 'Gi 



April 26, '65 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



165 



Roll Company G — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




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Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
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Bell, John D 
























Brett, Robert B. G 




Corporal. 


Brett, Wiliam H 


April 26, '65 










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April 26, '65 


Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63. 








April 26, '65 






Killed at Missonary Ridge, Tenn., Dec. 27, '63. 




































Sergeant. 


























Davis, T. Allen.. 




Sergeant. 




















Dukes, William H 
















Died, Camp Chase, Oct. 16, '64; grave No. 304 






Sergeant. 
















April 26, '65 






Discharged April 12, '63, cause, disability. 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 






Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., '62; promoted 




Sergeant. 




April 26, '65 




Hall, Daniel 




Hall. Elam L 




Corporal. 










April 26, '65 


Wounded and captured at Atlanta, '64; held in 




prison until close of war. 
Died at Camp Chase, 0., Nov. 9, '64; grave No. 417 




April 26, '65 
















April 26, '65 


Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63. 


















Hvatt, Edward M 




Musician. 




April 26, '65 


Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, 63; also at 




Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64; promoted Corporal. 


































April 26, '65 












Musician, 






Sergeant. 


McNeil, John E 








April 26, '65 


Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64; also at Chicka- 






mauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63; promoted Sergeant. 




















Niell I. W 


April 26, '65 




























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April 26. '65 





i66 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Powell, Bryant H 


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Slater, S 














April 


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Still, William 






















Taylor, William H 


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Tedder, Eli 


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April 


26, 


'65 


Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64. 

Corporal; wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19 r 

'63; promoted Sergeant 
Discharged Aug., '64 ;disability, wounded nearDallas,. 

Julyl, "64. Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Surrendered at Wilmington, Sergeant. 






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Webb, Williford 








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Whitaker, John D 






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Whitefield, John A 


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Roll Company H — 6th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Angus D. McLean... 



Stephen Cawthon 

i st Lieutenant — 

2nd Lieutenants — 

James J. P. McCIellan 

Alexander G. McLeod .. 
3rd Lieutenant — 

P. D. McSwain 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bedsole, Mathew 

Bell. Robert 

Bird, James A 

Bray, William 

Birk, Mark 

Birk, William 

Bugby, William F 

Burgress, J. H 

Burks, Joseph F 

Campbell, Daniel 

Campbell, John A 

Campbell, W. L 

Campbell. William M 

Cannon, Henry M 

Cannon, Henry R 

Carter, Emanuel 

Chestnut, Calvin 

Clary, William P 

Cook, George W 

Crain, Harvey 

Crain, Wash 

Crawford, W. Patrick 

Daniel, Thomas P 

D avis , I saac 

Divine. Robert D 

Edge, Jesse 

Edge, Obediah 



April 2, 'fi 
April 2, '€ 

April 2, 



Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel and Colonel, killed 

at Dallas, Ga. 
Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain. 



Died of brain fever at Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 20 

'62. 
3rd Lieutenant, promoted to 2nd Lieutenan 



April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 



April 26, '65 



Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Discharged, disability and injuiL;s from^a Tfall 
Aug. 9, '62. 



April 2 

April 2 

April 2 

April '. 

April 2 

April 2 

April 2 

April 2 

April 2 

Mav 10 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Jan. 15, '64 
April 26, '65 



April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 

April 2, 



April 26, '65 



June 12, '65 



Corporal. 



Disability. 



Wounded, Nov. 30, at Franklin, Tenn., promoted* 
to Lieutenant in Laspier's Company. 



From Camp Uhase, u. .prison. 

Corporal; discharged at Knoxville, 'Tenn. disability.. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



167 



Roll Company H — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Foley, Zion 

Fountain, Daniel 

Gainer, James 

Garrett, James 

Garner, Joseph 

Garner, T. G 

Gillis, Angus D 

Gillis, William C 

Gillis, Norman W 

Gordon, Angus 

Gregory W. T 

Hall, Lawrence 

Hall, Rayford 

Hart, William H 

Herring, Hardy J 

Hustle, Isaac C 

Jones, W. B 

Jordan, Lorenzo D 

Kimmons, James M 

Kimmons, William J... 

Kinnington, John 

Kinnington, John H.... 

Kirkland. Reese 

Levins, Richard 

Linn. John W 

Londay, Francis A 

Londay, Stephen 

Lott William 

McCaskell, Finley 

MeCaskill, Spear 

McCurley, William 

McDonald, Daniel P 

McDonald, Daniel L 

McDonald, D. T 

McDonald, P. P 

McLeod, D. G 

McLeod, John D 

McLeod, John G 

McPherson. Malcolm 

Meeks, William 

Minger, John 

Morrison, Archibald G .. 

Morrison, Daniel 

Morrison, John P 

Nichols, Wiley 

Padgett. Dozier 

Padgett, George W 

Padgett, Isham 

Perrv. Samuel 

Powell, Daniel B 

Preachers, George 

Ray, Colin G 

Ray, Colin G. Jr 

Rav, Dunsan C 

Reeves, B. F 

Rice, James H 

Roling, John L 

Rutherford, John 

Simmons, John J 

Simmons, Thomas 

Smith, Green R 

Stafford. John 

Turner. William A 

Vaughn, W. M 

Walch, John 

Ward. Andrew J 

Ward. George T 

Weeks. Jacob 

West, Robert H 

White, Kinnon E 

William, John E 

Williamson, Rice 

Williamson, Seth 

Woodham, Uriah.. 

Yeashv, W. J 

Ton, C. T 

2nin, John W 



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Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



April 26, '65 
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April 2, 
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Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17, '62 and 
died Dec. 17, '62. 



Sergeant. 



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April 
April 
April 
Aprjl 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
A pril 
April 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62! April 26. '65 

"621 

'62! April 26 '65 
'62! 



Musician. 



Shot at Chickamauga, Ga.. Sept. 19, '63. 



Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 

Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



1st Sergeant. 



Shot near Chattanooga, Tenn., July, '64. 



Sergeant. 



Died, Camp Chase, Nov. 20, '65; grave No. 1717. 



Captured, '64; confined at Camp Douglass prison 
and paroled from there at the close of war. 

Musician. 



i68 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I — 6th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Harrison K. Hagan 

Samuel Yerger Finley 

ist Lieutenant — 

Thomas H. Pittman 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Robert D. Snelling 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Archibald Gillis 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Babb, James 

Barton, J. W 

Blakeman, A 

Braxton, George W 

Braxton, John W 

Broxton, Thomas 

Brown, John W 

Bryan, J. S 

Burgess, Joel 

Callahan, Haynes 

Calhoun, Henry 

Carroll, Marshall W 

Cassity, David 

Cassity, William 

Chapman, Moses 

Chapman, Noah 

Chapman, Simon 

Clennon, William G. B 

Davis, John 

Davis, Owen 

Dixon, Jasper 

Dyson, Evan 

Dyson, Jefferson 

Ethridge, Joseph W 

Ethridge, Peter 

Everett, Henry 

Everett, William T 

Gillis, Malcolm 

Gillis, Malcolm Jr 

Graves, Samuel 

Hall. Seaborn A. J 

Hall, John T 

Hamilton, Solomon 

Harris, C. H 

Harris, Henry P 

Hiedelberg, Drury W 

Hewett, Andrew L 

Hewitt, Ethelred D 

Hewett, H. M 

Hewett, Jeptha 

Hewett, Moses 

Hewett, Thomas 

Hobbs, Isaac 

Hurd, Aaron B 

Hurley, Joshua H 

Jordan, Richard D 

Keith, Aaron 

Keith, Warren 

Lammon, John M 

McClang, George 

Martin, John R 

Mattox, William M 

Mays. Richard 

Merritt, James E. J 

Morrison, Daniel 

Norris, Benjamin 

Norris, Felix 

Norris, James 

Norris, William 

Padgett, Henry 

Padgett, W. Dawson 

Pari h, Judge 

Pearce, Peter W 

Pickerson, William H 

Pittman. William C 

Royal, William 

Sellers. Benjamin E 

Sellers, C. E 

Sowell. Green M 

Sowell, Willis J 

Stanley, A. W 

Stanley, David C 

Sutton, Benjamin 

Sutton. J. S 



Mch 
Mch 



14, 
14, 



'62 

'62 April 26, 



65 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain. 
Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65 Sergeant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 



Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
May 

Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Died, Camp Chase, Mch. 1, '65; grave No. 1493. 
Captured and died at Camp Douglass prison. 



Shot at Dalton, Ga., '64. 



April 26, '65 



Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 



14, 
14, 
14, 



Mav 
Mch. 



Mch. 14. 

Mch. 14. 
Mch. 
Mch. 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 



April 26, '65 



14, 

11, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
'62 April 26, '65 
'62]April 26, '65 
'62 April 26, '65 

'62! 

'621 

'621 



Discharged '63; for disability. 
Corporal. 



Died in hospital at Knoxville of typhoid fever 

July, '62. 
Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Corporal; honorable mention at Chickamauga. 



Captured at New Hope Church, Mch. 18, '64 and 

paroled from Rock Island, close of the war. 
Died at Camp Chase, Feb. 23, '63; grave No. 1401. 



Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 

Mch. 14, 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 10, '63. 
Killed in battle at Knoxville, Sept. 2, '62. 



1st Sergeant, died of tvphoid fever at Knoxville 
Jan. 25, '63. 



Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 



Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 
P>b. 
Mch 
Mch 
Mch 
Mch 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
Mav 10, 
Mav 10, 
Mch. 14, 
May 10, 
April 
Mch. 14, 
Mch. 14, 
April 



April 26, '65 



14, 
15, 
14, 
14, 
14, 
14, 



'621 
'62i 
'621 
'62 
'621 

'621 Honorable mention. 

'62 1 

'62 Died of pneumonia at Chattahoochee, April 3, '63. 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Corporal. 
Musician. 



Discharged for disability, Oct., '64. 
Wounded at Murfreesborough and at Powder 
Springs, Ga., and paroled from prison July 21 , '65. 
Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Corporal. 



Wounded severely at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, '63- 
Discharged for disability, Feb. '65. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



169 



Roll Company I — 6th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Taylor, John Z 


April 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 






Wall, James G 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Ward, E. J 




Ward, John R 




Ward, J. J 






Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '63 








April 26. '65 









Roll Company K — 6th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


BEMABKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Mch. 17, 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 






1 st Lieutenant — 




until the close of the war, and discharged from 
there. 


2nd Lieutenant — 

W. B. Jones 






3rd Lieutenant — _ 






ENLISTED MEN. 






































Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 












































April 26, 


'65 






Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 2, 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'61 
'62 










Faulk, L. M 














April 
Mch. 
April 
April 
April 


26, 
4, 
26, 
26 
26, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 






Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Dec, '63 and cap- 


Folsom, Thomas 


tured. 




Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., '64. 


Gainer, W. R 




Hand, John T 


Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 22, 

Mch. 

Sept. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 8, 

Mch. 

Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'64 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 








Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 










Oct. 




'63 


Lost leg at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 17, '63. 






Hix. William 


April 


26, 


'65 


Shot at Missionary Ridge. Tenn., Nov. 2, '63. 


















Jeffries. William T 


Oct. 




'63 
'63 


Lost left arm at Chickamauga, Sept. 18, '63. 




Discharged for disability, re-enlisted as Captain of 




Scouts; was captured and taken to prison at 






Elmira, N. Y., whese he remained until the close 






of the war. 






Sergeant. 
















April 


26, 


'65 




Mallory W. H 






April 
May 


26, 

28, 


'65 
'65 


Shot in right shoulder, Nov. 30, '64, Franklin, 




Tenn., honorable mention at Chickamauga. 
Discharged from Rock Island prison. 












Miller, W. J 






























Pitts, John B . 






Pitts, Louis 







170 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company K — 6th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



"AMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Porter, Joseph M 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




Musician. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Discharged, Jan. 
ability. 

1st Sergeant. 




Posey, Elbert 






Prunphow, Louian 






Rainey, Alison 






Rainey, W. W 












Richardson, J. N 


April 26, '65 




Riley, George W 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




Riley, P. B 






Roberts, Absalom 






Roberts, Thomas J 






Russ, R. S 


April 26, '65 






Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




Simmons, Jesse 






Simmons, John T 


April 26, '65 




Slay, John 




Teller, Craton 






Teller, Seaborn 






Timothy, J 






Thomson, C 






Wachob, Joseph F 




April 26, '65 




Wachob, W. A 






Wadsworth, M. C 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


62 
'62 
'62 






Walker, James W 






Watts, Thomas Y 


April 26, '65 




Wilks, James 




Wood, Dallas 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


'62 






Wood, Jabez B 






Young, Edmond 


'62 







SEVENTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The 7th Regiment was mustered into service at Gainesville, Florida, in 
April, 1862, with ex-Gov. Madison S. Perry as Colonel; Robert Bullock as 
Lieutenant-Colonel, and Tillman Ingram as Major. The companies were com- 
manded by Captains Roland Thomas (Roland Thomas resigned immediately 
and was succeeded by Henry T. York), Co. A; James Gettes, Co. B; Philip 
B. H. Dudley, Co. C; Simeon Vanlandingham, Co. D; Nathan S. Blount, Co. 
E; William W. Sloan, Co. F; S. D. McConnell, Co. G; Wade H. Eichelberger, 
Co. H; A. S. Moseley, Co. I; R. B. Smith, Co. K. The companies forming 
this Regiment had been on duty at various points in Florida for several months 
prior to their consolidation as the 7th Regiment, notably at Tampa and New 
Smyrna, where the}'- did excellent service. Soon after being mustered in they 
were ordered to Tennessee to join Bragg' s Army, with which it took part in all 
the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee and surrendered but a handful of 
men with Johnston at the close of the war. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 7th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



Colonels — 

M. S. Perry 

Robert Bullock... 

Lieutenant Colonels- 
Robert Bullock... 
Tillman Ingram... 

Majors — 
Tillman Ingram... 



April 
April 

April 
April 

April 



'62 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Resigned June 2, '63. 
Promoted Colonel June, '63. 



Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel vice Bullock pro- 
moted Colonel. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



171 



Roll, Field and Staff— 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Nathan S. Blount 

Surgeons — 

Thomas W. McCaa 

Thomas P. Gary 

Assistant Surgeon — - 

J. L. Lewis 

Adjutants — 

1st Lieut. D. P. Holland... 

1st Lieut. Poschall 

Sergeant Major — 

Quartermaster — 

George Arnow 

Commissary — 

John McPhaul 

Chaplain — 

W. J. McCormick 

Quartermaster Sergeant — 

Hospital Steward — 



April 
April 



April 

April 
April 



April 
April 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



•&2 



Promoted Major vice Ingram promoted Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel. 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Resigned April 22, '63. 



Roll Company A — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 

Mch. 8, '62 

Mch. 8, '62 

Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 










Tennessee. 


1st Lieutenant — 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Missionary Ridge and captured; paroled from 
prison on Johnson's Island at close of war. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 


2nd Lieutenant — 


3rd Lieutenants — 

W. J. D. Prevatt 






April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 








ENLISTED MEN. 






Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 


























Mch. 15, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 


April 26, '65 


Wounded at Atlanta July 22, '64. 






April 26, '65 






Died in hospital at Knoxville December 1, '62. 




































Died, Camp Chase March 13, '65; grave No. 1884. 


Burnett, S. H 


Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 








Cone, Alfred D 












April 26, '65 








Crawford, D. C 




las. Ga,, April 5, '64, for which he was discharged 
May, '64. 




Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8. '62 


April 26, '65 












No. 1140. 


























Futch. D. J 








Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 
Mch. 8, '62 




Wounded at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '64. 












Ga., August 31, '64. 








Hammonds, James L 




Discharged, July, '62; disability. 



172 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT 


REMARKS. 




Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


8, 
8, 
8, 


'62 
'62 
'62 


















Holbrook. J. I 




Captain Hutchinson's Co. and went into the 




Mch. 

Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
April 
April 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 

8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 


'62 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 








April 26, 


'6.-, 




























April 26, 


'65 


'63. 






























McKenny, Mathew L 


April 26, 


'65 










Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 

Mch. 


8, 
8, 

8, 
8, 
8 

8 


'62 
'62 

'62 
'62 
'62 

'62 












Mann, William J 




27. paroled from Rock Island prison June 22, 
'65. 
Died at Knoxville, Tenn., '63; disabled. 


Markey, Adam L 






Markev, John H 






Mizell, Andrew W 


April 26, 


'65 


8, '64. 
Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 




25, '65. 


Morgan, Oren L 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


8, 
8, 
8, 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 






Morgan, Sloman D.. . 






Neal, Roan 


April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 


'ti.j 
'65 
'65 

'6o 
'65 




Norman, Daniel G. W.. 




Norman, Francis N 


Wounded at Buzzard Roost Gap, Ga. 


Norman, John C... 


Shot at Buzzard Roost, Ga., February 25, '64. 


Norman, I. N... 


Wounded near Marietta, Ga., July 2, '64; again 


Osteen, Elias E 


at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December '64. 


Palmer, Richard. 






Parrish, James 


April 26, 


'6.3 


Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64. 


Parrish, Oden 




Partin, H. S 


April 26, 
April 26, 
April 26, 

April 26, 


'6.5 
'65 
'65 

'65 




Pinholster, J. W.. 




Pope, W. W 


Captured and imprisoned at Rock Island, 111.; 


Redding, William A 


paroled from there June 22, '65. 
Wounded near Dallas, Ga., February, '64. 


Roberts, John 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
April 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
2 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
19 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 




Roberts, John J 






Roberts, Simeon.... 






Sauls, Abram J... 












Shirley, William.. .. 






Simson, John 






Smith, Edward W... 


April 26, 


'65 


Was prisoner at Rock Island, 111.; paroled from 


Stricklin, William. 


there June 21, '65. 


Surrencv, H. C 


April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 


Wounded at Resaca, Ga., Mav 14, '64, and at 


Sweat, John 


Nashville, Tenn., December 16, '64. 


Sweat, Nathan 




Tatum, John 




Corporal. 


Thomas, Edward W. 




Corporal. 


Tillman, John 






Trail, David W 






Tucker, George R. A. 




Promoted Sergeant. 


Vara, Jacob E 




Lost a hand at Chickamauga, Ga., September 1 9 


Waters, Isaac 


April 26, 
April 8, 


'65 
'62 


'63, and discharged. 


Williams, Hezekiah C 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 

, '62 
'62 

, '62 


Died at Frankfort, Kv., October, '62. 


Whitehead, John J 


Died at Knoxville, '63. 












» 


Williams, H. C 






Williams, James B 






Willis, Thomas C 






Willis, William B 




Died in a Georgia hospital, '65. 


Wynn, Ashley L 


April 26, 


'66 





Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry) — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


April 10, '62 




Resigned, April 17, '6a 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry) — 7th Florida Infantry, 

(Continued ) 



173. 



Thomas Mitchell. 



W. E. Sweet, 



April 10, 

April 10, 

April 10, 

April 26, 



2nd Lieutenant — 

Robert F. Nurrey I April 10, 



Willis M. Johnson 

1 st Lieutenants — 

William B. Henderson.. 
John A. Henderson 



MUSTERED 



April 10, '62 



3rd Lieuteunants — 
William O. Pass 
J. D. Riggs 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Addison, David J 

Allen, Hiram 

Atkins, Eli 

Atkins, Hiram 

Barnes, David W 

Beal, George M 

Boyett, George W 



Brannon, F. L 

Brockway, Simeon L 

Brown, William H 

Buchanan, William E 
Campbell, Alfred S 
Campbell. William N... 

Canning, Robert 

Carney, William 

Coleman, John 

Cowart, Alexander J... 

Co wart, Benjamin F 

Douglass, Robert 

Ellis, T. B 

Gago, Alexander 

Givins, Jasper T 

Givins, Joseph J 

Graham, Alexander 

Graham, Daniel G 

Graham. George W 

Grice, John A 

Gunter, John B 

Henderson, Andrew A. 
Hendry, I. M 



Hendry, John H 

Jameson, Daniel 

Johnston, Levi D 

Keen, Joseph 

Kersey, George 

Krause, John H 

Lanier, John H 

McKay, John A 

McLeod, Daniel 

McLeod, John B 

McLeod, J. Ferdinand. 

McLeod, William 

Masters, 

Masters, Lawrence H... 

Mizell, Enoch E 

Monte-de-Oca, Charles . 

Pagas, Joseph 

Pappy, Charles 

Piatt, George 

Pollock, Thomas 

Pool, Thomas 

Powell, Ambrose 

Prine, Henry D 

Prine, James E 

Rawls, William A. L 

Ressey, George 

Riley, James F 

Rogers, Julius D 

Ross, Lonnzo D 

Rum, Joseph 

Rushing, Theodore H... 
Rye, Erasmus 



April 10, 

April 10, 



April 10, 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 



'62 



Mch. 



Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

May 17, 

Mch. 10, 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



April 
April 
April 10, 
April 
April 
April 
April 
Mch. 15, 
Mch. 15, 



April 
April 
April 

April 



April 



Y.2 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 10, 

April 

April 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 
April 10, '62 



June 22, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, to 2nd 
Lieutenant, to 1st Lieutenant, to Captain; died 
in service. 

Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, to 2nd 
Lieutenant, to 1st Lieutenant, to Captain. 

Promoted Captain Co. B 7th Florida. 

Resigned, '63. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, on resignation of W. B. 
Henderson and resigned. 

3rd Lieutenant, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, on 
resignation of J. A. Henderson. 

Promoted to 3rd Lieutenant, then 2nd Lieutenant. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, vice Mitchell promoted 
2nd Lieutenant. 



Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 31, "63; grave No. 999. 

Shot at Kennesaw Mt. June, '64; captured, im- 
prisoned at Camp Chase, O. Discharged by 
parole from prison, March, '65; disability. 

Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 25, '64. 

Corporal. 

1st Sergeant. 

Paroled from Camp Chase, close of war. 

Shot at Missionary Ridge, Ga., Nov. 25, '63; pro- 
moted 2nd Sergeant and 1st Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '"'65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '63 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Musician. 



Musician. 

Captured at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 7, '64 

and confined at Camp Chase, O., and paroled in 

'65. 
Honorable mention. 



Sergeant. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63. 
Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. '64. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 



May 3, '65 



174 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry) — 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 

OBT. 



Ryner, Gasper 

Sauls A. J 

Simmons, George 

Sistrunk, Moses 

Sloan, Elbert 

Sloan, Orvil 

Smith, George W 

Stafford, Columbus 

Stephens, Berrien 

Stephens, James A 

Stephens, John W 

Stone, John P 

Tanner, Nathan 

Tanner, Vincent 

Thomas, James H 

Thomas, Lewis A 

Townsend, Adolphus 

Townsend, Elijah Jr 

Townsend, Lonnzo D 

Tuner, Arthur C 

Vipper, Gildeon 

White, Abraham B 

Whidden, Bennett 

Whidden, Elias 

Whidden, James 

Whidden, William 

White, Abram B 

White, John F 

White, James Houston.. 

White, William B 

Whitehurst, Lonnzo D.. 

Whitton, Jesse 

Whitten, Wiloby 

Wiggins, John R 

Wiggins, M. L 

Wiggins, William J 

Williams, James 

Williams, James G 



April 



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April "26, "'65 



Died of pneumonia, Feb. 27, '63. 



Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Shot at Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 10, '64; also Benton- 
ville. 



Captured at Missionary Ridge, Dec. 27, '63; carried 
to Camp Chase where he died in '65. 



Mch. 
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Roll Company C — 7th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Philip B. H. Dudley 

William E. June 

1st Lieutenants — 

Sam B. McLin 

Joseph J. Jones 

William F. Sheffield. 

James Doig 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Solomon Warren 

3rd Lieutenant — 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, Jesse T 

Alexander, William E 

Beckham, Marion J 

Beckham, Robert J 



Bennett, Joseph A. R. 

Bennett, L. Hiram 

Bennett, Noah 

Bennett, William 

Bevil, R. H 

Blair, Isaac F 

Bradshaw, John A 

Brinkley, Nathan G 

Brown, James J 

Bryant, Asberry 

Bucker, J 

Burmucker, James L.. 
Burnett, John W 



MUSTERED 



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MUSTERED 
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April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



April 26, '65 



3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain. 



Private; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; shot at Jonesboro, Ga., 

August 30, '64, and died in hospital at Macon, 

Ga., October 2, '64. 
1st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



Wounded at Nashville December 15, '64. 



Captuerd, imprisoned and discharged from Rock 

Island prison June '65. 
Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 



Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



175 



Roll Company C — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Carter, Henry 

Cathcart, James 

Cheasser, Joe 

Cheasser, Mathew.. 

Chitty, M. J 

Clark. Elishua H 

Coulter, Alexander.. 
Davis, Robert 



Dawson, George 

Dickinson, Mathew P.... 

Denton, H. C 

Downing, Thomas W 

Dudley, James V. R 

Duffey, James 

Enfinger, William E 

Gaissom, J. R. W 

Garrett, Drury B 

Geiger, Enoch G 

Geiger. Joshua D 

Gornto, James M 

Gunneli, Edwin S 

Guthrey. John J 

Hague, Archilaus 

Hague, Henry B 

Hague, John R 

Hall. Daniel E 

Heidt, Joshua 

Hill, William John 

Hill. William 

Holder, J. J. B 

Jackson, Andrew 

Jackson. Andrew G 

Jordan, Edward P 

Jones, Charles Mc 

Jones, Joseph A 

Keene, Moses 

Kennedy, Thomas S 

Knight. Thomas B 

Koonie. Francisco 

Kriminger, W. M 

Law, Robert Y. H 

Link, Jacob 

Lisle. Andrew J 

McCreight, James A...... 

McKenstry, J. F. S. Sr.. 
McKinney, George W... 

McKinney, James H 

McRory, James A 

Malphurs, Jathan 

Malphurs, William T 

Mann, Edward B 

Miller, John M 

Mooney, Pinkney J 

Moore, Jeremiah H 

Odum, Edward 

Ormand, Robert T 

Parchman. James M 

Pheiffer, John W 

Pheiffer, Samuel U" 

Phillips, J. T 

Pplk, Henrv 

Polk, John 

Polk, Samuel 



Prescott, Samuel T 

Prescott, James H 

Renfroe, Nathan G 

Riggs, George S 

Richardson, Henry 

Robbins, John J 

Robinson, J. H 

Robinson, S. McB 

Robertson, William H. 

Roseman, George W 

Sapp, Elias 

Sapp, Henry H 

Sapp, Russell 

Sapp, Shadrick 

Seagle, F. V 

Shuford. G. W 

Shuttleworth, Thomas. 

Slaughter, Samuel 

Stakes, Compton W 



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MUSTERED 
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April 26, '65 



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April 26, '65 
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April 26, '65 
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April 26, '65 



Corporal. 



Discharged Nov. '62 and re-enlisted in 2nd Cav- 
under Captain Chambers and served to close 
war. 

Captain of company; 4th and 5th Consolidated. 



Killed at Missionary Ridge Nov. 25, '63. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Wounded at Chattanooga, Dallas, Ga., May 27, 
'64; Bentonville, N. C. 



Captured near Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct. 2, '64; im- 
prisoned and paroled at close of war. 

Corporal. 

Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 

Wounded at Mill Creek Gap, Ga., Feb. 22, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Bentonville, N. C. Mar. 9, '65. 



Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., Aug. 31, '64. 



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Corporal. 



Transferred Co. C, 2nd Cavalry, Captain Chambers. 

Wounded at DaUas, Ga., May 28, '63. 
Wounded at TunneO Hill, Ga., February '64. 

Captured at Kingston, Ga., December 17, '64 and 
imprisoned at Camp Chase, O., till close of war. 
Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64. 



Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., July 20, '64. 
Discharged February '64 for disability, but re- 
enlisted. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



176 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Stuart, Jones Murray 

Stephens, William E 

Sturman, James E 

Swindle, Henry 

Swindle, Owen 

Thomas, Charles 

Thigpen, John C 

Tompkins, John H 

Thompson, Isaac L 

Thompson, W. Nayler 

Tilles, Tapley 

Turner, Elias 

Turner, William 

Vanlandingham, James M 

Vanlandingham, W. M 

Valantine, Jesse M 

Vaughn, Willis H 

Watlington, George M 

Watson, Joshua G 

Watson, Samuel N 

Watson, W. J 

Williams, James W 

Williams, John W 

Wynn, Richard E 

jZetrover, Albert T 

Zetrover, James C 



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MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Transferred 1st Battalion, Hopkins' 10th Florida 

Regiment. 
Sergeant. 

Captured, imprisoned and paroled from Camp 
Chase at close of the war. 



Wounded twice at Kennesaw Mountain July, '64; 
Nashville, '65. 

Corporal. 

Discharged from Camp Douglass at close of war. 

Sergeant. 

Died of disease at Knoxville, Tenn., November 
19, '62. 



1# 



Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels)— 7th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Tillman Ingram 

S. C. Vanlandingham.. 

Daniel C. Hart 



1 st Lieutenants — 

Archibald A. Maulden. 

John Clowney 

James A. Grigsby 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Andrew E. Burnside... 
3rd Lieutenant — 



MUSTERED 



April 
April 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Armstoff, John 

Arnow, George J 

A vera, Alexander ' 

Avera, Joseph H 

Avery, James A 

Bailey, Casermo O 

Bailev, Charles 

Baker, F. T 

Baxter. William M 

Bennett, Harry L 

Bennett, Noah 

Bennett, Jake 

Bennett. W. M 

Blitch, Marion 

Blitch. Thomas L 

Clarke. James A 

Clark, John 

Compton, Thomas 

Daugherty, Peter 

Davis, John G 

Denton, Harris C 

Denton, James I 

Driggers, Noah H 

Eunis, Mathew 

Fletcher, William G 

Floyd, Marion G 

Freeman, George 

Galbreath, John A 

Gore, John 

Grissom, Walter J 

Guthrie, Abram 



April 2, '62 



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April 2, '62 



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April 2, '62 

April 2, '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Elected Major, promoted Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Promoted Captain, died in prison hospital, Aug. 8, 

64. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, April, '62, promoted 

Captain, Aug., '64. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, killed Aug. 31, '64. 

Resigned, Mar., '62. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, Sept., '64. 

Elected 2nd Lieutenant; resigned Jan., '64. 



Promoted Reg. Q. M., rank of Captain. 
Shot at Resaca, Ga., April 13, '64. 



Shot at Marietta. Ga., May 10, 64. 



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April 2, '62 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



177 



Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels) — 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Hithcox, Joseph B 

Highsmith, John M 

Hinnant, William Q .. .. 

Hinson, Robert H 

Hodge, Elishua 

Hodge, James T 

Horn Bennett 

Horn, Henry 

Horn, William A 

Howell, Kinchen H 

Hudson, James B 

Huggins, George S 

Ingram, Frank G 

Jackson, Benjamin F 

Jenkins, Nicholas 

Jonas, Andrew 

Jones, Henry 

Lewis, James 

McCain, Julius C 

McCain, Littleberry 

McKinney. Charles J.. 

Mal;)hurs, Isham... 

Mal;>hurs, Jason 

Malohurs, 

Mai >hurs, 

Marshall, Robert 

May, M. M 

Mills, J. C. H 

Mills, William R 

Moore, Lewis H 

Nobles, Ananias 

Nobles, Joshua 

Nobles, Leonard 

Ogelsby. John J 

Orbits, Louis 

Pardee, Frank A 

Pardee, H. E 

Parker, B. F.. 



April 
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April 
April 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



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\pril 
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April 
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Apr 1 
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Pearce, Bryant April 2, 



Pearce, Edwin.. 

Pettes, William H 

Philios, Henrv A 

Philips. J. T 

Pinkston, Willis K 

Raulerson, Moses L 

Revil. John R 

Richardson, Henry S 

Richardson, John G 

Richardson, William T. 

Rooks, Frank 

Rooks, James F 

Sapp, Josiah 

Sapp, William 

Shaw, Henry 

Shuford, George W 

Shearrouse, Lewis 

Seagle, F. V 

Simonds, Harvey 

Slade 

Smith, Martin 

Sparkman, Edward 

Sparkman, Frank M 

Sparkman, Lewis 

Sparkman, Lewellyn 

Sparkman, William M ... 

Strickland. William 

Sweat , John 

Thorton, Moses 

Tillis, Joseph D 

Tillis. Thomas B 

Tillman, Daniel M 

Thomas, Charles 

Turner, Benjamin C 

Turner, Elias 

Turner. James S 

Turner, Jonathan G 

Turner, T. O 

Turner Thomas T 

Varnadoe, I. L 

Whidden, Bennett 



April 
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April 
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April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
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April 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



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April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, 



REMARKS. 



Musician. 

Killed in battle. 
Killed in battle. 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Peach Tree Creek, 
Ga. and Saultsburg, N. C. 



Died of pneumonia at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 2, '62 



April 26, '65 



April 26. '65 



Sergeant. 



April 26. '65 



April 
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April 
April 
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April 
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April 



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April 



Y,_> 



Whidden, John 

Wiggins. Benjamin . 
Wiggins, Burrel 



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Corporal. 



Sergeant; killed in battle. 

April 26, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Gc, May 13, '64; also at 
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, '64, promoted Serg't. 



April 26, '65 Sergeant. 
April 26. '65 



Musician. 



April 26. '65 



April 26. '65 



Imprisoned at Camp Douglass, 111. and paroled 
April 26, '65 from there June 27, '65. 

Died. Camp Chase. Mar. 24, '65; grave No. 1743; 
honorable mention. 



April 26, '65 



1st Sergeant. 

Lied from wound received in battle. 

Wounded, captured, and died in prison. 

Wounded at Chickamauga and Murfreesborough 
captured and paroled from Camp Chase, O. 

Captured at Nashville, Dec. 16, '64; paroled a 
close of war. 



i 7 8 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels) — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




April 2, '62 
April 2, '62 
April 2, '62 
April 2, '62 




Killed in battle. 

Wounded at Franklin, Tenn.; Bentonville, N 










Willie, Mark 




















April 2, '62 
Aprl 2, '62 








April 26, '6.5 


C. 







Roll Company E (South Florida Bull Dogs) — 7th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Nathan S. Blount April 10, 

John W. Whidden lApril 10, 

1 st Lieutenant — 
Simon Turman April 10, 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Zachariah Seward April 10, 

Solomon D. Johnson April 10, 

3rd Lieutenants — 

William H. Mansfield AprU 10, 

W. H. Johnson 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Altman, Lewis April 

Altaian, William April 

Barton, Washington J April 

Blount, Owen R April 

Brown, Daniel M 'AprU 

Brown, Rigdon April 

Brown, William [April 

Campbell, A. S ' 

Carlton, Reuben April in 

Carlton, Wright April 10 

-Cuthcart, William R AprU 10 

Cook, Wilson April 10 

Coplin, Jacob J [April 10 

Cornelius, Levi W April 10 

Crum, D. J Mch. 7 

Davis, James April 10 

Driggers, Henry W AprU 10 

Durrance, Uriah R I AprU 10 



'62 



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Ferguson, James D. 

Fletcher. James L 

Friar. William H. H 

Gaskins. James 

Gay, Williard H 

Geiger, Joshua D 

Hancock, James T 

Hancock, Jeremiah 

Hancock, Morton J 

Hendry, Albert J 

Hendry, Edward T 

Hendry, James M 

Hill, Henry R 

HiUiard. William A 

Hooker, William J 

Hull, Stephen .... 

Jackson, John S 

Johnson, William R 

Jordan, Daniel C. B 

Keen, Andrew J 

Keen, James M 

KiUpatrick, George W. 

McAuley, Robert W 

McAulev, William M... 
McClelland, Mayfield... 

McClelland, Silas L 

McClelland. William 

Marsh, William P 

O'Neil. John C 

Parker. Lewis H 

Patrick, Archibald 

Pearce, Thomas C 

Phillips, J. T 

Piatt, David H 

Piatt, William C 



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MUSTERED 
OUT. 



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Promoted Major. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant '63. 

Resigned June 20, '63. 

Corporal, promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Resigned June 21, '63. 

Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant. 



Died in Kentucky; buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



Sergeant. 

Died of pneumonia in hospital at Columbus, Ga. 
June 20, '62. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



1st Sergeant. 

Died at Greenville, Tenn., April 13, '63. 



Lost eye from smaUpox while in prison at Camp 
Chase, O., paroled from there at close of war. 

Corporal. 

Sergeant. 



Corporal. 

Promoted Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., August 31, '64. 

Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



179 



Roll Company E (South Florida Bull Dogs)— 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Pitts, James B 

Pitts. William C 

Pollard. John J 

Rogers, William P 

Romer. Alexander 

Seward, Felix J 

Seward, James R 

Seward. Richard A 
Shepherd, William H 
Shepherd, William W 

Smith, James E 

Sullivant. Reley B 

Thompson, E. W 

Underbill, John 

Varn, Josiah 

Yarn, William B 

Waldron, Daniel 

Weeks, Carry P 

Welch 

Whidden, Maxwell 

Williams, James W 

Wi liams, John A 

Williams, Nathan 

Woodward, John C 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 

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April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 26, '05 



April 26, '65 
Apri 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Sergeant. 



Wounded at Resaca, Ga., '64. 



Wounded at Jonesborough July 2, '64. 



Roll Company F — 7th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William W. Slone... 

J. R. Mizell 

1st Lieutenants — 

Michael J. Dovle 

C. C. Hart 

2nd Lieutenant — 



3rd Lieutenant — 

George W. Collins 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alsabrook, Thomas T 

Alsabrook, James A 

Aneritt, Luke 

Barrington, John S 

Barton, James W 

Bass, Crawford 

Baker, Joseph F 

Baker, John D 

Bennett, William S 

Bennett. James L 

Black, G. E 

Bumink, Miles 

Branch. William B. 

Crenshaw, James M 

Champlin, Levy G 

Collins, David 

Collins. James A 

Cook , W illiam 

Crum, David 

Curry, James 

Cuvrey, Russell 

Daniels. Wiley R 

Daniels. William A 

Drawdy, Benjamin 

Emanuel , Amos 

Fussell, Bryant 

Fussell, Benjamin A 

Fussell, James 

Fussell, James C 

Fussell, Obed 

Fussell. William S 

Glenn, John R 

Grant, Christopher C 

Harris, Stephen 

Harris, Thomas 

Hawkins, Joseph R 

ays, George F 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 

April 26. '65 
April 26. '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Resigned May 18. '63. 

Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain and 

captured at Missionary Ridge. 
Promoted from 1st Sergeant to 1st Lieutenant. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant, Co. F, 7th Florida 

Regiment. 



Corporal. 



Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., '64. 



Corporal; died Camp Chase prison November 4, 
'65; grave No. 1544. 



April 



'62 May 14. 



June 



'61 1 Apr 1 



'65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga.; captured and im- 
prisoned at Rock Island, 111., until close of war. 



'65 



Mch. '62 

Sept. 18, '62 April 

April 

April 



Died in hospital. Knoxville, Tenn., November, '62. 

'65 Shot at Stone Mountain, Ga., August, '64. 

'65 Promoted Corporal. 

'65 



April 26, '65 Discharged from Camp Chase, at close of war. 
April 26, '65 



i8o 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Hodges, James S 








Hodges, William 








Houston, J. R 




April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 




Ivev, D. C 






Jenkins, John T 




. 


Joiner, Mathew J 








Joiner, Randall 










'61 


April 26, 


'65 




Jones, John R 




Jones, William R 














Corporal; captured, imprisoned at Rock Island 
and died in prison. 


Lee, A. Y 




April 26, 
April 26, 


■|ir, 
'65 


Lee, Eli A 




Lisk, William 






McLaughlin, Littleton 








Masters, Edwin D 








Masters, Luke 








Matchett, John W 




April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 




Meeks, William S 










Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 




Mch. '61 


April 26, 


'65 


Merritt, William 














April '62 


April 26, 


'65 


Wounded at Atlanta, July, '64. 




Moorman, W. P 




April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 




Mott, Luke 






Murphy, William W 






Nesbit, William R 




















April 26, 


'65 










Prevatt, Charles M 




April 26, 


'65 


Shot, at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 19, '64; and 

died June 19, '73. 
Sergeant. 


Prevatt, John M 








April 26, 


'65 
















Reddit. John T 




April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 


• 


Roberts, Robert W 
































April 26, 


'65 














April 26, 


'65 














April 26, 


'65 


Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant, wounded Aug., 
'64; and in hospital at Macon, when surrendered. 


















Sergeant. 
Corporal. 






April 26, 


'65 


















































April 26, 


'65 




Weeks Charles F 












1st Sergeant; wounded and disabled. 




























April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 


Died in hospital at Knoxville, Tenn., of brain fever 
May 30, '63. 


Williams, R. F 




Williams, William S 




Wills Hartley 








Willson, J. W 
















Yates, James F 









Roll Company G — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 

OUT. REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Robert Bullock 


April 11, '62 


Promoted Colonel. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



181 



Roll Company G — 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



Samuel D. McConnell |April 11, '62 

1st Lieutenant — 

Benjamin F. Priest 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Dozier Broome 

Edward Roux 



3rd Lieutenants — 
Simon Helvingston.. 
Charles Pasley 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Atkinson, Edward 

Barco, Thomas 

Barnes, John A 

Baucknight. Caleb 

Bauknigiit, Ottis A 

Blackmail, John 

Broome, John 1) 

Browne , Zephinah 

Blitch, James S 

Bruton, Napoleon B 

Bruton, Samuel B 

Canefield, 

Carter, George 

Carter, Ira 

Carter, John 

Carter, J. M. T 

Carter, Michael 

Caulfield, James S 

Chandler, William A 

Clarke, John I 

Colding, Henry H 

Cothran, Jackson 

Creroson, Walter R 

Crutchfield, Ansom B 

Crutchheld, Pomp 

Deas , Benjamin 

Deas, Joshua 

Dickinson, Elijah 

Dunn, John F 

Dupree, Louis F 

Dunning, William Sumter 

Eunis, Ervin 

Eunis, Henry 

Floyd, Erwin 

Fort, Josiah J 

Geiger, Alexander 

Geiger, George 

Geiger, Harmon 

Goss, Jesse H 

Gordon, N. A. J 

Ham, William S 

Harris, Henry William 

Hearn, William 

Heath, Henry 

Hogan, William 

Hollv, Frank S 

Holly, Joe 

Holly, Robert 

Holly, William Granvil 

Holsenback, 

Johnson, Henry 

Johnson, Madison S 

Jones, John F 

Kettle, Laurence 

Kileres, Pinkney 

King, Tom 

King, Solomon S 

Laveigne, William J 

Lewis, James S 

Lewis, Philip I 

McLain, Thomas 

McLain, William 

Marlow, John R 

Marlow, Lexington 

Marsh, George W 

Mattair, Henry P 

Mattair, John T 

Meyer, Frederick 

O'Farrell, Hugh H 

Patterson, Martin D 

Payne, John M 



April 11, '62 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
A ] nil 
April 
April 
April 
April 
A] nil 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 PromotedCaptain; wounded atChickamauga. Frank- 
lin, Tenn., also at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64. 

Wounded at Resaca, Ga. 

Promoted Ordnance Officer for Regiment. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Resaca, 
Ga. 



Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; Appointed adjutant; 
killed at Nashville, Tenn. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge. 

Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Bentonville, N. C, March 19, '6">. 

Sergeant. 

Captured at Frankford, Ky., and died in prison. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge. 
Shot at Franklin, Tenn., '64. 
Captured at Jonesboro. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



Wounded near Decatur, Ga., July 22, '64. 

Wounded at Franklin, Tenn. 

Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery. 



Corporal; captured at Frankford, Ky. 
Killed at Peach Tree Creek, July 20, '64. 



Killed at Resaca, Ga. 
Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 



Paroled from prison, close of war. 

Color bearer; wounded at Chickamauga. 
Died in prison. 



Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., August 31, '64. 
Died, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Captured at Perryville, Ky. 
Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 

Killed at Atlanta, August 7, '64. 

Killed at Jonesboro, August 30, '64. 

Wounded twice at Missionary Ridge, captured, 

imprisoned at Rock Island and paroled from 

there, close of war; June, '65. 
Killed at Resaca, May 14, '64. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge and died at Camp 
Chase, February 24, '65; grave No. 1420. 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge. 

Wounded at Missionary Rid&e, November 25, '63. 



182 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Perkins, Henry W 

Pounds, William T 

Priester, John A 

Pyles, William B 

Rivers, Sylvester 

Robinson, Richard R 

Shaw, John D 

Shelino, Simon 

Sims, William 

Sistrunk, Henry 

Smith, John H 

Smith, Rull 

Smith, Wirt 

Smith, West 

Sparkman, Lewis M 

Standley, William D 

Tate, W. H 

Thomas, George W 

Todd, J. Calvin C 

Tyner, Barnetto T _. 

Tyner, David Y 

Voyt, Daniel 

Wammock, John M 

Waters, John W 

Watkins, Tom 

Wat kins, William 

Watkins, William Charles .. 

Weathers, Seaborn 

Wells, Simon H 

White, Andrew J 

White, Calvin 

Wiggins, George T 

Withers, John S 

Young, Alcanah 

Young, James 



April 11 

April 11 

April 11 
May 

April 11 

April 11 

Aoril 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 
July 
Aug. 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

] April 11 

April 11 

'April 11 

April 11 
Mch. 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

Mch. 13 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 

April 11 



April 26, '65 



'62 

'62 

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'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

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'62 

'61 

'62 1 April 26, '65 

'62 April 26, '65 

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'62 



Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



'62 
'62 

'62 

'62 April 26, '65 

'62 

'62 

'62 

•til' 

'62 



Killed at Murfreesborough, December 7, '64. 

Captured at Tullahoma, Tenn., imprisoned and 
paroled from Camp Douglass, 111. at close of 
war. 

Bugler. 



Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. 

Died in hospital. 

Lost arm at Dallas, Ga., May 7, '64. 

Captured at Nashville, Tenn. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, September 18, '63; also 

at Egypt, Miss., captured February 29, '65. 
Corporal. 

Killed at Missionary Ridge. 
Died at Frankford, Ky. 



Roll Company H (Marion Hornets) — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
AprU 12, '62 

AprU 12, '62 

AprU 12, '62 

AprU 12. '62 

AprU 12, '62 
April 12, '62 

Mch. '62 

Mch. '62 
April 12, '62 










3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain. 

Resigned. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; died at Chatty 
nooga. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; re- 
signed June 17, '63. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; severely wounded at 
Atlanta July 22, '64. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; then 3rd Lieutenant 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; captured at NashvUle. 
Seriously wounded at Jonesborough September, 

'64. 
Died of pneumonia at Chattanooga, Tenn., July, 

'62. 
Discharged at Wautuga, Tenn., for disabUity. 
Deserted at Lindon, Ky., July 26, '63. 
Killed at Savanah while attacking Gun Boat 

"Water Witch." 
Wounded at Jonesborough. Ga., September, '64. 


Henry H. Hudgens 




Henry Houseal 




1st Lieutenant — ■ 

M. Richard G. Stephens 




2nd Lieutenant — 




3rd Lieutenant — 

A. G. Rutherford 




ENLISTED MEN. 








Armstrong, George 




Aultman, David 








Barnett. James 




Bauknight, Curry 


April 12, '62 
AprU 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12. '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 




Bauknight, Hilliard 




Bauknight, W. R 










Died at Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Promoted Hospital Steward. 
Killed 


Boyd, John T 








Brown, John H 




Died in Knoxville AprU, '63, of pneumonia. 
Captured and died in prison. 


Buckston William 




Burlerson. H. H 




Calhoun, Samuel 


April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 




Promoted Sergeant; killed at Missionary Ridge 
'63. 


Carmon. William B 




Carroll, Benjamin 






Carroll, John 




Captured at Frankfort; died in prison. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Franklin, Tenn. 


Chilty, Martin J 


April 12, '62 


AprU 26, '65 


Conyers, Isaac N 


Cress, Andrew 


April 12, '62 




Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



183 



Roll Company H (Marion Hornets) — 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Curry, James N... 

Curry, Richard 

Dunn, Harley 

Dunn, John 

Dunn, William A. 



Duncan, George W 

Duncan, John R 

Eiehelberger, J. W. F. 

Evans, John W 

Fogg, Daniel J 

Fort, Isaiah J 



Fort, Robert 

Freeman, Albert A 

Freeman. Doc 

Frink, Albert A 

Fussell, William 

Fyson, Stewart 

Garner, James 

Geiger, Eli W 

Geiger, Wade A 



Gray, John 

Hammond , Berry W . . . 

Hodges, Elias 

Holder. William 

Holland, John M. S 

Jackson, John 

Jeffords, W. C 

Joiner, James M 

Jordan. Newton 

Kennedy, James 

Killgore, John 

Kirkland, LaFayette... 

Knoblock, H. N 

Knoblock, Owen 

Lowe, John T 

Lucius. Samuel Lewis. 

Lucius. William 

Luker, Charles 

Lutta, Jones F. M 

McAllen, William 

McAteer, William B.... 



McCardel, Joshua.. 

McErven, W. A 

McFall, John 

May, Mack 



Mills, Elbert.. 



Mills, John B 

Mixon, Charles J. 
Mixon, James J... 

Mixon, Jones 

Monroe, James.... 
Moody, Roger 



Moorman, William... 

Nelson, Samuel T 

Newman, Charmick 

Perry, M. C 

Perry, Payne 

Perry, Thomas J 

Perry, William H 

Potts, James 



Reid, John D 

Rhodes, Jeremiah. 

Rhodes, Terry 

Ridout, John W... 

Roach, Azro 

Roach, Joseph A... 



Ross, Abraham 

Rutherford, A. G 

Shaw, George R. W 

Shaw, Nehamiah 

Smith , Samuel 

Sturdevant, Charles S 

Swindle, Willis 

Tanner, Henry C 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 13, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 20, 

April 12, 
Mch. 
Mch. 



May 2, '62 



Apri, 12' 
April 12, 



April 12, '62 



April 12, 
April 12. 
April 12, 



April 12, 
April 12, 
April 12, 



April 12, 

April 21, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 



April 12, 
April 12, 



April 12, 

April 12, 



April 12, 
April 12, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, 65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26 '65 



April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Transferred to Engineer Corps. 

Captured at Nashville, Tenn. 

Captured in Kentucky and died in prison Novem- 
ber 11, '62; buried in the Danville Cemetery. 
Killed at Atlanta, '64. 
Killed on Missionary Ridge, '63. 

Shot at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., June 17, '64. 
Wounded at Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Novem- 

Woun'ded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 23, '63. 

Corporal. 

Died in prison. 

Killed on Missionary Ridge, '63. 
Died at Louden, Tenn. 
Killed in front of Atlanta. 

Promoted Corporal; captured at Murfreesborough 

December 7. '64. 
Captured at Nashville, Tenn. 
Captured at Atlanta July 22, '64. 
Deserted. 

Killed in front of Atlanta. 
Promoted Corporal; captured at Atlanta July — 

'64. 
Promoted Corporal. 
Died at Louden, Tenn. 
Transferred to Engineer Corps. 
Wounded and disabled at Atlanta July 22, 64. 
Sergeant; died at Knoxville, Tenn. 
Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 

Died at Knoxville, Tenn. 

Died at Chattanooga. 



April 12, '62 



April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 

April 12, 



April 12, 
April 12, 



April 12, 
April 12, 



April 12, 

April' 12, 

April 12, 
Aprl 12, 
Aug. 



'62 



April 12, 
April 12, 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Captured at Missionary Ridge November 25. 63. 
Captured on Missionary Ridge November 25, o3; 

paroled from prison at close of the war. 
Transferred to Commissary Department. 

Captured at Atlanta July 22, '64; paroled from 

prison at close of the war. . 

Captured at Atlanta August 7, '64; imprisoned at 

Camp Chase and died October 29, '64; grave 

No. 378. 
Transferred to Engineer Corps. 
Promoted Sergeant; wounded and died. 
Seriously wounded at Jonesborough, Ga. 
Mortally wounded at Atlanta July 22, 64. 
Killed on Missionary Ridge November 2o. 63. 
Captured at Frankfort, Ky., October, 62; died in 

prison. .. ..... 

Discharged at Cumberland Gap for disability. 
Sergeant; captured in Kentucky; died m prison. 

Killed in front of Atlanta. 

Killed at Peach Tree Creek July 20, 64. 

Promoted Corporal; wounded at Atlanta July z-, 

'64. 
Captured at Frankfort October 1, '62; died in 



Aprl 26, '65 
Aprl 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



prison. 
Captured at Murfreesborough December 7, 



'64. 



Died in Tennessee. 

1st Sergeant; died at Knoxville, Tenn. 

Killed at Atlanta. ^ T 

Died at Camp Chase October 25, '65; grave No. 

358. 
Ambulance driver. 



Wounded at Resaca, Ga., October, '64. 
Died from accident. 



184 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H (Marion Hornets) — 7th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Tison, Stewart 


April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 




Wounded at Chickamauga Septemper 20, '63, and 
died at Louden, Tenn., from his injuries. 

1st Sergeant; discharged at Chattanooga for dis- 
ability. 

Corporal. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant; killed at Missionary 
Ridge November 25, '63. 


Thomas, R. Y. H 




Turner, G. D 




Turner, John 


April 12, '62 




Waites, William F 






Waldon, John F 


April 12, '62 Anril 9fi 'fik 


Walker, Joseph E 








Weathery, J. S 




April 26, '65 




Whitmire, George S 


April 12, '62 


Promoted Corporal; died on his way home. 
Died at Chattanooga. 


Williams, Ben 




Williams, Jacob E 






Williams, Joe B 








Williams, Lawson 








Williams, William P 


April 12, '62 






Worley, Jacob '. 







Roll Company I — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

A. S. Moseley 


April 
April 

April 

April 
April 


'62 
'62 

'62 

'62 
'62 






N. Norton 




Promoted Captain; succeeded Moseley. 
Resigned April 22, '63. 


1st Lieutenant — 

G. W. R. McR« 


April 


26, '65 


2nd Lieutenants — 

C. C. Seyle 


R. W. Jenkens 




Shot at Murfreesborough, December 4, '64; died 
December 13, '64; promoted Lieutenant, Com- 
pany I, 7th Regiment. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Company I, 7th Regi- 
ment. 


3rd Lieutenant — 

B. L. Wall 


April 

April 
April 
April 


26, '65 

26, '65 
26, '65 
26, '65 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Alvers, W. C 


April 


'62' 


Anerd, A 




Ashley, C. C 


April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
Mch. 2, 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 2, 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
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'62 
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'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 


Lost arm at Jonesboro, Ga., August 3, '63 and dis- 
charged September, '64; 1st Sergeant. 


Ashley, H. A 


Basford, James C. L 


April 


26, '65 


Bates, B 




Beck, J. J 


April 


26, '65 


Lost right eye from small-pox in Tenn. 


Beck, Wilson 








Cason, Noah 




Died in hospital at Chattanooga of measels. 


Cassels, J. H 




Cassell, T. A 


April 


26, '65 


Wounded at Murfreesborough, December, '64; also 

at Dallas, Ga., May 25, '64. 
Died, Camp Chase prison, February 2, '65; grave 

No. 1010. 


Cassels, W. B 


Caudory, L. H 




Clinton, C. M 






Cook, H. D 


April 


26, '65 


Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 26, '64. 


Copher, E. M 


Coward, W. J 






Cribb, M. C 












Davis, J. N 






Drummond, C. C 












Eubanks, R. S 














April 


26, '65 




Geiger, L. P 


. 








Hall. W,H 












Hatchet, S. A 


































. 














Lane. F. M 




Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



185 



Roll Company I — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Lane, S. A 

Lee, Lewis 

Love, S. M 

McCramy, Nathan 

Manning, John 

Manning, Moses 

Markey, J. H 

Molten, Benjamin 

Mizzell, N. H. 

Moselev, O. S 

Napier, W. R 

Nobles, E 

North, Caleb 

North, John 

Parlin, Henry S 

Perrv, B. F 

Perry, J. F. C 

Petterson, F. M 

Peterson, M 

Priest, G. W 

Riles, Lewis 

Rentfroe, Green 

Roundtree, H 

Roundtree, Isaac 

Sanders, J. G 

Sanders, W. H 

Sheppard, J. H 

Smith. E. W. S 

Sparkman, J. W 

Sparkman, L. A 

Spear, W 

Spiers, H........ 

Stallings, S. S 

Suggs, E 

Suggs, W 

Sweat, Edmund 

Thomas, Charles 

Thomas, Thomas W 

Thompson, T. W 

Thornal. A. A 

Timmons. L. E 

Timmons, S. A 

Turner, J. W 

Vause, C. F 

Vause, D. H 

Vause, Samuel 

Vinyard, A. G 
Weathersbee, Preston 

White, G. W 

WUkison, Elijah 

Wilkison, Elisha 
Wilks, J. S 

Williams, H. R 

Williams. Isaiah 



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Disability. 
Disability. 



Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 
25, '63; sent to Camp Morton, Ind., paroled there 
close of war. 

Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Discharged at Knoxville, August 7, '62; spinal 

trouble. 
Corporal; wounded at Chicamauga, Ga., captured 

and sent to Camp Douglass, 111., paroled, close 

of war. 



Sergeant. 



Died of pneumonia at Frankfort, Ky., September 

6, '63. 
Prisoner of war for 18 months at Rock Island, 111. 



Sergeant. 



Died, Knoxville, Tenn., November 6, '63; of pneu- 
monia. 



Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63. 



Arril 26. '65 



Roll Company K — 7th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Robert B. Smith 


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John A. Bethel 








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Anderson, George 






April 26, 

Vpril 26. 
At>riJ 26. 


'65 

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Wounded in side by shot which caused death 




September 23, '86; transferred to Navy. 
Transferred to Navy, Confederate Ram; "Sa- 






Berrv, Charles H 


'62 ... 


Sergeant. 



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Roll Company K — 7th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Bishop, Asa 

Bryson, Robert 

Butler, Thomas 

Burnes, Thomas 

Chabert, Jules 

Chapman, Charles.. 



Cole, Joseph E 

Collins, J. E 

Comb, Charles 

Cowart, R. A 

Curry, Joseph 

Curry, Samuel 

Curry, William 

DeLaunay, J. A 

DeLaunay, St. John 

Dorsey, Edward 

Duprey, John 

Edwards, George W 

Fallis, Rofina 

Fagan, Joseph 

Franklin, William 

Guerro, Miguel 

Gibley, William T 

Hawkins, Daniel L 

Herrymand, William 

Jackson, John B 

Josselyn, William 

Lee, Edmund 

Lovett, James 

Lowe, Alfred 

Lowe, John T 

Lowe, William E 

McLaughlin, William 

McLean, John L 

Mason, John 

Merrilac, Augustus 

Miller, Charles 

Monte-De-Oca, Manuel.. 

Morrison, John 

Moss, Josephus 

Oliveri, Marcus 

O'Neil. William 

Pent, John 

Pratt, Benjamin 

Richards, George 



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Roddenberry, J 

Russell, John 

Russell, Thomas 

Sands, John B 

Sawyer, William 

Swain, Benjamin 

Thompson, N. S 

Wadsworth, Melchi 

Watson, Robert 

Weathersford, Jeremiah.. 

Williamson, J. P 

Woodruff, Joseph 

Wood, Anderson 

Woods, James 



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Transferred C. S. Navy, (Ram Savannah); shot 
through body in a fight with U. S. War Ship 
"Water Witch;" June 3, '64. 

Sergeant. 



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Transferred to Ram Savannah; C. S. N. 
Transferred to Confederate Navy. 



Corporal. 



Honorable mention at Chickamauga. 



Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December 25, '63. 

Died Camp Chase prison, April 17, '65; grave No. 

1884. 
Died Camp Chase, March 8, '65; grave No. 1592. 



Corporal. 

Died Camp Chase, September 17, '64; grave No. 

253. 
Sergeant. 



Captured, '62; and exchanged, '63. 



EIGHTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The 8th Reg merit of Infantry was mustered into the Con ederate service 
in May, 1862, with R. F. Floyd as Colonel; John M. Pons as Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, and W. I. Turner as Major. With the following compair.es commanded 
by Captains, Burrel A. Bobo, Co. A; R. A. Waller, Co. B David Lang, Co. 
C; William Baya, Co. D: Thomas E. Clarke Co. E; Felix Simmons, Co. F; 
J. C. Stewart, Co. G; Jam s Tucker, Co. H; John M. Pons Co. I; Frederick 
Worth, Co. K. Shortly after the organizat on of the Reg ment it was ordered 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 187 

to Virginia where it joined the 2nd and with that Regiment and the 5th, fought 
in the Second Battle of Manassas, August 30, 1862, where, as General Prior 
reported: "The 5th and 8th Florida Regiments, though never under fire 
before, exhibited the cool and collected courage of veterans." Crossing the 
Potomac near Leesburg, early in September, the Brigade, which consisted of 
the 2nd, 5th and 8th Florida, 12th Virginia and 14th Alabama, marched 
through Frederick City, over South Mountain into Pleasant Valley, and par- 
ticipated in the investment and capture of the Federal forces at Harper's 
Ferry, thence they hurried to the field of Sharpsburg, September 17, where 
they shared the service of R. H. Anderson's division in that battle. In this 
engagement Colonel Hateley and Lieutenant-Colonel Lamar, of the 5th, were 
wounded; the former so severely that he retired from service. On the return 
of the army to Virginia, the 8th Regiment was brigaded with the other Florida 
regiments under command of E. A. Perry, who had been promoted to Briga- 
dier-General. The Brigade remained in R. H. Anderson's division, in Long- 
street's corps, until after Chancellorsville, when it became a part of Ambrose 
P. Hill's corps. At Fredericksburg December 11, 1862, the 8th Regiment, 
under command of Captain David Lang, went to the support of the two Mis- 
sissippi Regiments under Barksdale, at the river where the Federals were 
endeavoring to lay their bridges. In General McClellan's report he says: 
"It (the 8th) acted gallantly and did good service." Toward noon Captain 
Lang was severely wounded, and Capt. Thomas R. Love, of Co. B, took com- 
mand, and the position although very much exposed was maintained until 
they were ordered back at 4 p. m. A detachment of three companies under 
Captain Baya were also engaged, and he and Lieut. H. C. Simmons and 20 
men were captured. The companies under Captain Lang lost 7 killed and 24 
wounded During the early par:' of the Chancellorsville campaign Perry was 
on duty near Fredericksburg; May 2, 1863, the Brigade, after an exhausting 
march and skirmishing, rejoined the Division in time to march to the Fur- 
nace at daylight on May 3. They took part in the gallant fighting of May 3 
and 4, and General Anderson in his report paid a special tribute to "Briga- 
dier-General Perry and his heroic little band of Floridians who showed a 
courage as intrepid as that of any others in their assault upon the enemy in 
his entrenchment on the third and in their subsequent advance on Chancellors- 
ville." In General Perry's report he says: "The conduct of both officers 
and men of my command through the tiresome marches and continued watch- 
ing, as well as while engaging the enemy, was such as to meet high praise. The 
firm and steadfast courage exhibited, especially by the 5th and 2nd Florida 
Regiments in charge at Chancellorsville, attracted my particular attention." 
The General especially noted the services of Capt. W. E. McCassland, H. F. 
Riley, Lieut. D. B. Taylor, Lieut. William Scott, Maj. T. C. Elder and Ma\ D. 
W. H nkle, Staff officers and voluntee a des. The 8th lost 11 killed and 35 
wounded. Among the latter were Capt. B. F. Whitner, Lieuts. J. M. Nelson 
and T. S. Armestead. The 2nd lost 3 killed, includ ng Adj. Woody F. Butler, 
and 29 wounded; and the 5th lost 6 killed and 22 wounded, among the latter 
Maj. B. F. Davis. 

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1 88 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

of the 8th, the heroic fighter of Fredericksburg, who had been promoted to 
Colonel (promoted September 18, 1862), General Perry being disabled by 
typhoid fever. 

General Lang in his report of the battle of Gettysburg said: " Since the 
battle I have had no staff at all except David Wilson. The Adjutant of the 
8th has been acting for me. There are now but 22 line officers and 2$$ enlisted 
men for duty in the Brigade. Our loss has been 455, aggregate killed, wounded 
and missing. I th'nk that a large number of missing are men who have been 
captured unhurt, as there were a large number of men who were exhausted 
by the rapidity with which the first charge was made, who were unable to 
keep up on the retreat." 

In the battle of Fredericksburg the 8th lost their colors; the Color-bearer 
and the entire color guard of the 8th were killed or wounded and their colors 
left on the field. Owing to the fact that several colors of other Br gades 
fell back with the Florida Brigade, the 8th did not miss their colors until after 
it was too late to secure them. During the night a Federal Lieutenant of 
artillerv, whose command had been moved up to the position, was examining 
the ground n front of them, discovered two pieces of artillery belonging to a 
Federal battery. In moving these pieces, which owing to the proximity of the 
Confederate line had to be done by hand, Sergeant Horen of the 72nd New 
York Vo'unteers, picked up the flag of the 8th from where it lay on the ground 
by the dead Color-bearer. 

Colonel Lang in this report mentions the fact that the 2nd Regiment also 
lost its colors and the greater part of its men. The flag of the 2nd was a silk 
one presented by the ladies; it was the Confederate battle flag with this ex- 
ception — the intersection of the cross in the center of the flag was surrounded 
by a golden sun-burst. 

In the Gettysburg fight the 5th Florida lost 17 killed and 76 wounded; 
among the killed were Capt. John Frink, and Lieuts. J. A. Jenkins and J. C. 
Blake; among the wounded, Capts. William Bailey and R. N. Gardner, Lieuts. 
G. L. Odum, J. C. Shaw and George Walker. The 2nd lost 11 killed and 70 
wounded. The 8th 5 killed and 65 wounded. Among the wounded were 
Capts. T. R. Love, J. Mizell and T. B. Livingston; Lieuts. Hecter Bruce, W. 
W. Wilson, E. J. Dismukes, John Malone, F. M. Bryan and T. W. Givens. 

At the battle of Bristow Station, October 14, 1863, the Brigade was con- 
spiciously engaged, loosing a considerable number killed and wounded; among 
the latter Lieutenant-Colonel William Baya, commanding Regiment, and 
Sergeant Major Arnow of the 8th Regiment. 

In the campaign of the Wilderness May, 1864, the Florida Brigade lost 
250 men. Among the wounded, was General Perry, who was compelled on 
that account to retire from service. In the campaign of 1864, which followed 
that of the Wilderness, the old Brigade continued to add to its laurels. After 
General Perry retired Colonel Lang again became the Brigade commander and 
remained such until the remnant of Perry's Brigade was consolidated with 
Finnegan's Brigade about June I, 1864; from that time until the surrender 
the Florida Brigade was known as Finnegan's Brigade. The story of the ser- 
vice of the 2nd, 5th and 8th, Perry's Brigade, is so closely interwoven that the 



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story of one is practically the story of them all; they differ in details only. 
For this reason the story of the 8th has been made fuller that it might take 
in its gallant compatriots, who wrote the name of Florida high up on a scroll 
of fame and in characters that can only fade when time shall cease to be. At 
Appomattox the 2nd Florida surrendered 9 officers and 59 men; the 5th Flor- 
ida 6 officers and 47 men; the 8th 4 officers and 28 men. This record needs 
nothing added to tell the world the gallantry of the men who marched under 
Florida's standard. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 8th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonels — 


May '62 
May '62 

May '62 
May '62 

May '62 
May '62 

May '62 

May '62 








April 9, '65 


Captain Co. C; promoted Colonel September 17 

'62. 
Resigned. 


Lieutenant-Colonels — 




April 9, '65 


Majors — 


Resigned, '62. 


Thomas E. Clark 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Surgeon — 

R. P. Daniel 




Assistant Surgeons — 






Died while on duty at Fredericksburg December 
12, '63. 


Adjutant — 

1st Limit. R F. Simmnns 


May '62 


April 9, '65 


Sergeant-Major — 




Quartermaster — 

Capt. J. T. Bernard 


May '62 
May 62 
May '62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Commissary — 

Capt. H. T. Baya 




Quartermaster-Sergeant — 




Commissary -Sergeant — 




Chaplain — 








Hospital Steward — 

Ordnance Sergeant — 
R. H. Randolph 













Roll Company A — 8th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Burwell A. Bobo 

ist Lieutenant — 

James M. Robinson 

2nd Lieutenants — 
Charles S. Livingston 

I. M. Nelson. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



N. M. Redding 'May 



3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Albritton, Jasper 



May 8, 



Albritton, Joseph 

Allmans, Aug. C 

Allmans, John E 

Allmans, J. A 

Allmans, M. G 

Allmans, William H 

Barington, S 

Bishop, Berry 

Bishop, Eli 

Black, N. G 



May 8, '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Cashiered for cowardice on November 11, '62. 

Deserted, August 16, '62. 

Resigned, October 15, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63; resigned. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; November 22, '62; 
killed at N. Anna Road, May, '64. 



Died at Charlottsville; buried in the Cemetery of 
I the University of Virginia. 
'Deserted, November 1, '62. 



Promoted Corporal. 

Promoted Sergeant; imprisoned at Fort Delaware 

Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 

Deserted at Thomasville, '62. 



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Roll Company A — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Boatwright, Benjamin. 
Boatwright, John W 

Brown, J. A. M 

Bryant, Francis M 

Campbell, William 

Cason, David 

Cattell, William I 

Clements, J. G 

Clyatt, William H 

Coker, James 

Coaker, L. A 

Coaker, William P 

Corrine, David 

Corrine, W. W........ 

Crawley, George W 

Douglass, Joseph 

Levi, Drawdy 

Driggers, Dennis 

Driggers, James E 

Dugger, William 

Edwlxds, W. W 

English, R. cij 

Espey, Joseph ri 



Flitch, Jacob 

Fletcher, John 

Feidling, J. N 

Futch, A. J 

Futch, John E 

Galloway, J. T 

Goodman, Robert 

Goff, W. E 

Grant, John H 

Hall. Elishua 

Hodges, L. A 

Hoolsclough, D. C 

Horrell, David R 

Hurts, Thomas F 

Jones, John 

Jordan, T. L 

Jywes, J. P 

Keene, N 

King, Elisha 

Lamb, Thadeus 

Lamb V. W 

Lassiter, C 

Lewis, James P 

Lisle, A. J 

Long, John H 

Long, Leonard 

Lyon, J. P 

McDowell, John 

Mclnnis, James 

McClamma, William R 

Mathis, D. S 

Stickler, P. T 

Miller, G. C 

Miller, Jacob 

Mills, James 

Newman, G. C 

Newman, Pat 

Newman, W. H 

Outlaw, B 

Owen, W. J 

Parneil, J 

Pickell, J 

Pouder, B. F 

Redding, B. J 

Ross, G. B 

Ross, J. W 

Sapp, John 

Sapp, William J 

Smith, A. M 

Smith, Moses 

Strawn, J. L 

Strickland, Abner 

Strickland, William 

Sullivan, S 

Sullivan, William 

Summers, H. M 

Sumers, P. P 

Taylor, James 

Thompson, John 



MUSTERED 



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May 8, '62 2nd Sergeant 



REMARKS. 



Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 

Deserted at Camp Leon, July 16, '62. 
Deserted June 1, '62. 



Deserted May 25, '62 from Station 5. 
Deserted May 25, '62 from Station 5. 
Deserted May 25, '62 from Station 5. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 
Unaccounted for, October, '62. 
Paroled from Elmira prison, N. Y. 



Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63; unac- 
counted for, October 30, '62. 

Wounded at 2nd Manassas, August 30, '62 and 
disabled; re-enlisted August 20, '63; Company F 
5th Battalion, Captain A. J. Dozier. 

Unaccounted for, October 30, '62. 

Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg, December 

13, '62. 
Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62. 

Unaccounted for. 

1st Sergeant; transferred to Company K, 5th Regi- 
ment, January 1, '63. 



Wounded by accident, discharged October 15, at 

Culpepper. 
Died October 10, at Winchester. 
Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62. 



Died September 7, at Gordonville. 
Corporal; deserted October 1, '62. 
Shot at the Wilderness, May 4, '64. 

Promoted Corporal; deserted November 1, '62. 
Promoted Sergeant; deserted November 11, '62. 



Discharged August 23, from Richmond. 



Promoted 1st Sergeant; lost right leg by accident 

R. R. after war. 
Promoted Corporal; shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Killed at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 
Deserted at Tallahassee, July 16, '62. 

Died in hospital at Richmond, '63. 

Sergeant. 



Unaccounted-for. 

Corporal. 

Musician, discharged Ost. 15 at Culpepper. 

Paroled from Fort Delaware. 



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Roll Company A — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Tina, S 


May 

May 


8. 
8, 


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Wounded at Bristow Station, Va., October 14, '63. 
Deserted at Thomasville, July, '62. 


Triblet Eli 








Watkins, G. W 


May 


8, 


'62 






Walker. G. W 






Webb, William 


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w 






April 9, '65 


Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware when 

paroled. 
Discharged November 10, 


Williams. R. B 







Roll Company B (Young Guards) — 8th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

R. A. Waller 


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Killed at Sharpsburg, September 17, '62. 

1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, September, '62; 
killed at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain 63, wound- 
ed at Fredricksburg, December 13, '62, Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63 and captured, imprisoned at 
Fort Delaware; escaped and returned to his 
command. 

2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant; re- 
signed, '62. 








April 9, '65 


1st Lieutenants — 

John W. Booth 






2nd Lieutenants — 

E. P. Dismukes 




ed at Gettysburg, '63, killed at the Wilderness, 
May 6, '64. 

1st Sergeant, promoted Lieutenant; wounded at 

Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at 

Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 






3rd Lieutenants — 

Thomas W. Brown 






April 9, '65 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Andrews, F. William 


Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63. 






















1st Sergeant; killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, '64. 
Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63. 
Died in Charlottsville, and buried in the Cemetery 
of the University of Virginia. 










Blan, C 




Bleach, J. T 




Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 


Blount, C. W 




Blount, Neil 




Boutwell, J. D 










Reported dead October 1, '62. 






















of Virginia. 


Brad well, A. M 












Brock. J. R 








April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Campbell, J. W 


'64; re-enlisted in militia to guard prisoners. 


Campbell. M. M 














3, '63; at Bristow Station October 14, '63. 














Chester, D. H. C 






Collins, Ben C 




Severely wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63. 


Connell, J. W 










Connell. T F 












Cox, C. F 


May 


10, 


'62 




Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



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Roll Company B (Young Guards) — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Cox, J. T. 



Cox, J. H 

Cox, Simon 

Cox, William G 

Davis, T. P 

Dixon, William ... 

Dollar, Francis W 

Dollar, James 

Dollar, William 

Donaldson, J. B 

Dudley, H. C 

Dudley, Ivan 

Eaton, John E 

Eaton, W. H 

Freeman, Ivan 

Freeman, Jacob W... 

Gandy, Blacksher 

Gandy, Theophilus... 

Ganons, Lemuel 

Ganons, Michael 

Gibson, B. H 

Goddin, Thomas 

Gray, J. M 

Gray, Thomas 

Green. J. R 

Green, W. F 

Griffin, D. R 

Griffin, Jesse R 

Hall, P. W 

Hannah, Calvin 

Hannah, H 

Harper, H. W 

Harrell, Darius 

Harrell, Elias 

Harrell, Jabez 

Harrell, J. J 

Harrell, John G 

Harrell, Lvttleton ... 

Harrell, M. P 

Hatcher, L. G 

Hicks, Putnam 

Ingram H. H 

Ingram, J. M 

Ingram, W. J 

Jarvis, J. S 

Johnson, James R. ... 
Johnson, W. W 
Kemp, John K 
Lambert, Benjamin. 

Lambert, D. S 

Lambert, G. S 

Lambert, Moses 

Lambert, N. L 

Love, A. B 



MUSTERED 



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May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



Love, A. D. 



Love, J. J. R. 



Love, H. H. 



Lutten, John E 

McCall, T. Chalmers 



McConnell, T. F 

McDaniel, A 

McDougald. John 

McElvy, H. S 

McGowin, James A . 
McJunkins, James 
McLaughlin, James 

McPherson, Colin 

Marshall, J. N 

Marshall. T. M 

Messer, H. D 

Messer, W. F 

Morgan. T. A 

Morris, T. J 



Morris, W. C 

Muire, David.. 

Nixon, J. J 

Pickett, Charles. 
Porter, W. P 



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'62 
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'62 

'62 

'62 

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0, '62 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at 

Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Fredricksburg December 13, '62. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63; at Bristow 
Station October 14, '63. 



Killed at Culpepper, '63. 
Deserted at Sharpsburg. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
I 
Killed at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



Killed at 2nd Manassas August 30, '62. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



April 9, '6o 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Sharpsburg and left on field. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg. 

Killed at Sharpsburg. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Lost right arm at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Captured at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at 
Fort Delaware until close of war. 

Promoted Corporal; killed at Chancellorsville May 
4. '63 

Promoted Sergeant; captured at Gettysburg and 
paroled from Fort Delaware at close of the war. 

Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63, at Peters- 
burg, Sept. 18, '64. 

Corporal. 

Promoted Corporal; wounded at Fredericksburg 
December 13, '62. 

Killed at Sharpsburg. 



Discharged at Camp Leon May ,'62. 

Died in hospital at Liberty, Va., February 2, '62. 

Died at Fredericksburg. 



Killed at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Wounded at 2nd Manassas August 29, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at 

Fort Delaware and paroled from there at close 

of the war. 
Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



193 



Roll Company B (Young Guards) — 8th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Prevatt, T. K 

Randolph, R 

Redd, C. S 

Reaves, John M 



Rich, D. T 

Roberts, George .... 
Roberts, Jackson.. 

Roberts, W. C 

Russell, J 

Shaw, D. A 

Shaw, N. D 

Shirley, H. W 

Simpson, J. J 

Simpson, J. P 

Smith, Abner W. 



Spingler, John 

Spooner, William 

Stone, H. S 

Strange, B. F 

Strickland, Jones. 

Swicord, S. W 

Sylvester, J. H 

Taylor, Green B.. 
Taylor, John M 



Thomas, W. S 

Vinson, Josiah 

Watters, J. P 

Wescott, L. R 

Wilson. D. C 

Wilson, W. W 

Wimberlv, E 

Woodbufy, S. C 

Woodward, Edward W. 
Wright, B. R 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, 

May 10, 

May 10, 

May 10, 



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'62 . 
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May 10, 

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May 10, 

May 10, 

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April 9, '65 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Wounded and captured at Gettysburg .imprisoned 
at Fort Delaware and died April 3, '64. 

Captured at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned 
and paroled at Fort Delaware at close of war. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died at Leesburg hospital December 2, '62. 

Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Sergeant; transferred May 7, '63 to Smith's Co., 

5th Cavalry Battalion. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died, Lynchburg hospital December 21, '62. 



Died of dropsv in hospital at Richmond, Va., No- 
vember 27, '62. 
Discharged, '62. 



Killed at Sharpsburg. 
Wounded at the 2nd Manassas. 



Mortally wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, 
'62. 



Roll Company C — 8th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

David Lang 



Benjamin F. Whitner 



1 st Lieutenants — 

H. R. Hull 

Craven Lassiter 

2nd Lieutenant — 

William J. Oats 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Benjamin F. Whitner 

ENLISTED MEN 

Adams, James W 

Adams, John Q 

Allison, Robert F 

Amerson, J. T 

Amerson, Redding 

Amerson, Samuel T 

Bass, A. J 

Bevan, W T . R 

Blackman, A 

Blackman, Cullen 

Blackman , Joab 

Blue, D. McQueen 

Callahan, William 

Carraway, Arthur 

Carraw-ay. John H 

Carter, John B 

Clements. Henry W 

Curie, Elijah 

Curry, James 

Daniel?, James E 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



May 10, '62 



May 15, '62 



Mav 10, 

May 10, 

May 10, 

May 10, 

Mav 10, 

May 10, 



'ill' 



May 10, 

May 10 

May 10, 

May 14, 



Mav 10, 

May 10, 

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May 10, 

May 14, 

May 10, 

May 10, 

May 10, 

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May 10, 

May 14, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 

April 9. '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9," ; 65 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62; pro- 
moted Colonel; and was in command of the 
Brigade '62, '64 and commander at surrender. 

3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain, wounded at 
Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Died at Martinburg September 27, '62. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3-4, '63. 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63; then near 
Petersburg December 25, '64. 



Died in camp February 9, '63. 

Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
.! 

Died at Richmond October 20, '62. 
■Wounded at Chancellorsville Mpy 4, '63. 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



194 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Dalrymple, J. D 

Daugherty, Hardy... 

Daughtry, Joseph 

Deese, George W 

Deese, Zacariah 

Fletcher, Charles 

Gibbs, James 

Glisson, John 

Grant, John H 

Grantham, B. E 

Green, Arnold W 

Green, Charles H 

Griffin, C. Bryant 

Hall, John 

Hamilton, John C 

Hatch, Isaac 

Hatch, Joseph 

Hatch, Paul 

Hatch, Azra 

Herrington, Jasper... 

Holdee, Leeread 

Holland, Benjamin. . 

Howell, C. W. P 

Haggins, William J... 

Hurst, Thomas Y 

Irvins, B. F 

Johnson, A. L 

Johnson, John H 

Jones, Abner 

Jones, Jonas 

Jones, S. C ?.... 

Jones, W. H 

Jordan, E. W 

Jordan, J. F 

Kellarn, W. W 

Lane, L. A. 

Lawson, Lewis 

McKenzie, Hugh 

McKenzie. William.. 
McNeil. James . 
Mattair, Downing J 

Moore, Augustine 

Nichols, John 

Oats, Young P 

Owens. B. F 

Owen, J. W 

Parker. W. T 

Parnell. James 

Polk. E. Frank 

Ponchier, Joseph 

Riley, Jasper 

Roebuck, John R 

Sanders, J 

Sanders. Thomas R 

Sapp, Russell 

Slaughter, William 

Smith, M. Wesley 

Stewart, H. G 

Sular, H 

Thompson, Amos 

Thompson, John H... 
Thompson, William. 

Tillis, James 

Tillis. Willoughby 

Truett, William 

Tuten, R. J 

Urquhart. I. Caners 

Walker, Thomas 

Waters, Emanuel 

Waters, William 

Ward, Abraham 

Wood, A. L 

Wood, H. M 



Wood, William H. 



MUSTERED 



May 
May 
May 
May 
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May 
May 
May 
May 
Mch. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
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May 
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'62 



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April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April' 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



Wounded at ChancellorsvilleMay 4, '63. 
Corporal; died in Florida prior to March 1, '63. 

Sergeant; died at Richmond October 30, '62. 
Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 



Deserted. 
Deserted. 

Promoted Corporal; wounded at Gettysburg July 
3, '63, imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



Died at Front Royal November 21, '63. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Shot at the Wilderness, May 6, '63. 

Promoted 5th Sergeant. 

Transferred from Powers' Company to 8th Regi- 
ment, 

Died at Richmond September 6, '62. 
Died at Richmond August 17, '65. 



Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburg. 



Sergeant, 

Wounded at Orange Court House September 1, '64. 

2nd Sergeant. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63; captured 
at Fredricksburg, Md. 

Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg Died December 12, '62. 

Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Promoted Surgeon. 



Deserted. 



Wounded at Richmond, '64. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

1st Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg September 

17, '62. 
1st Sergeant. 

This Company mustered in May 15, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company D — 8th Florida Infantry. 



195 



Captains — 

William Baya.. 



OFFICERS. 



J. Anthony Pacetty 

1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 

I. P. Irwin 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Peter L. Bennett 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Andrew, Antonio 

Baker, Franklin 

Baker, M. L 

Bat ton, Green 

Bat ton, Samuel 

Baya, H. F 

Baya, Joseph F 

Bennett, Casinero 

Blackwilder, Wiley 

Capella, Mariano 

Capella, Severus 

Capo, Lewis 

Capo, William 

Craft, James T 



Curl, John 




Dial. Aldrich 
Dial, Alexander. 
Dial George. 
Dugger, Emanuel. 
Erwin, John A. 
FgstgXjGodfre^ 
FosterrWilEam . . 
Gomez, Nichols . 
Gomez, Philip L. 

Gonzales. Augustine. 

Griffis, Berry 

Griffis, Charles 

Griffis, Charles B 

Griffis, John 

Hamens, Antonio 

Hanson John M 

Harper, Calvin 

Harper, Francis 

Harper, Jacob 

Hull, James F 

Irving, John A 



Lacy, I 

Livingston, David 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

OUT. 



Nov. 18, "61 



July 
Aug. 



July 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



Aug. 18, 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



Lopez, Alfonzo 

Lopez, Andrew M ... 

Lopez, A. M... 

Lopez, Antonio 

Lopez, Ignatius 

Lopez, John P 

Lucas, Bartolio 

McEvin, John 

McMullen, John 

Masters, B 

Masters, Francis 

Newman, Henrv 

Othello, C...... 

Pacetty. Bartolo A. 

Pacetty, Dennio 

Pacetty. Edward 

Pacettv, Felix 

Padgett, E 

Peacock, M 

Pelliceo. James 

Ponce. James B 

Powers. James 

Prior, J 

Ouigley. Owen 

Quigley, Thomas 

Quincy, Henry 

Rante, Felix 

Rogers, M 

Seque. Bartolo 



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April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



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April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Promoted Captain; Major '62, Lieutenant-Colonel 

June, '63. 
1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, February* 17, 

'63. 



Dropped from Army rolls by order of Secretary of 
War; February 24, '63. 



Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Gettysburg. 



Killed at Appomatox Court House May, '65. 



1st Sergeant. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg 
December 13, '62. 

Captured at Gettysburg .imprisoned at Fort Dela- 
ware. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; Gettys- 
burg Julv 3, '63. 

Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Corporal. 



1st Sergeant; promoted, '62, killed at Chancellors- 
ville May 4, '63. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured and 
imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware, paro- 
ed at close of war. 

Sergeant; died in prison after battle of Antietam. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July, '63. 
Wounded at Gettysburg, '63. 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; died in ser- 
vice. 

Sergeant. 

Promoted Corporal November, '62; wounded at 
Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Killed in service. 

Promoted 2nd Sergeant; shot at Culpepper Court 
House August 1, '63. 

Killed in service. 

Sergeant. 



Courier; wounded at Appomatox. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



April 9, '6.5 Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Sergeant. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Promoted Corporal; '62, wounded at Chancellors- 
ville; killed at Petersburg, Va., '64. 
Corporal. 



196 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Seque, John 

Smith, Hardy 

Smith, Richard C 

Sparkman, Stephen S.. 

Spear, Edward 

Southwick, S. Decatur 

Tracy, Pete 

Triay, Hernatio 

Triay, Victorius 

Ximanes, Antonio 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



Promoted Corporal. 



Died in prison. 



Roll Company E — 8th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICESR. 

Captains — 

Thomas E. Clark 



Francis M. Farley 

Whisley H. DuBose.. 



1st Lieutenant — 

Thomas S. Armistead 



2nd Lieutenants — 
Anthony Armistead 

James M. Cumbaa 

3rd Lieutenant — 

W. W. Wilson 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Jas. M 

Allen, J. T 

Arnold, William 

Ayers, Jesse W 

Bailey, Jesse W 

Bailey, Samuel D 

Barcley, Oscar J 

Barcley, William C 

Barnes, George W 

Barnes. Thomas J 

D Gainney 

Bell, Greenberry 

Bevis, James P 

Bevis, Martin L 

Boyett, Josiah D 

Britton, Francis G 

Brock, Wesley A 

Brogden, Jesse 

Brown, Edward G 

Bush, B 

Cannon, Samuel D 

Cason, Henry C 

Cawthron, Hosia B 

Cox, Henry 

Cox, Jesse 

Crawford, Lewis W 

Crawford, W. F 

Croom, John J 



Croom, William F 
Cumbaa, Perceval 



Daniels, William J 

Davis, J. L. B 

Drummond, Eugenius E. 



Dykes, Henry G 

Falkner, John 

Fields, John C 

Green William... 



MUSTERED 



May 
May 
May 



13, 02 
13, '62 
13, '62 



May 13, '62 



May 
May 



13, '62 
13, '62 



May 13, '62 



May 13, '62 



May 13, 62 
May 13, '62 
May 13, '62 



May 13, '62 

Mav 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, '62 



Mav 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, '62 

May 13, "62 



May 13. '62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



June 17, '65 



REMARKS. 



April 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 15, '62; pro- 
moted to Major, May, '62. 

Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain, May, 
'62; resigned, November 2, '63. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain, in '63; 
from 2nd Lieutenant. 

Promoted from 1st Sergeant to 3rd Lieutenant, 
May. '62; 2nd Lieutenant, '63 and 1st Lieutenant 
in '64; wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63 
'64 and captured, imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from 3rd Lieutenant; 

killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from Corporal; 2nd 

Sergeant, 1st Sergeant, and 3rd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 



Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 



Wounded at Bristow Station October 15, '63. 

Killed at Sharpsburg. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

From prison at close of war. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 



Left at Tallahassee by order of General Finnegan. 
Killed at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned 
at Fort Delaware. 

Taken prisoner in Maryland. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; captured at Gettys- 
burg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until 
close of war. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

1st Sergeant. October 1, '62; killed at Chancellors- 
ville May 4, '63. 
Lost right arm at Hatcher's Run February 5, '65. 

Corporal; transferred to Navy at Wilmington Feb 
ruary 27, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



197 



Roll Company E — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



Hair, William 

Harrell, G. William... 

Harrell, Isaac B 

Henderson, John B... 
Hewitt, Benjamin N. 

Hewitt, John M 

Hewitt, James N 

Hill. John W 

Howard, Allen 

Jenkins, Moses 

Jenkins, Wilbur F 

Johnson, Joshua S 

Kidd, Robert 



Killgore, Andrew J.... 

King, Angus 

King, Daniel 

Knowles, Henry S 

Knowles, William K.. 

Lassiter, Luke W 

Lewis, Mathews W 

Lloyde, Andrew J 
Long. Aaron 



Lovelace, W. S 

McNeily, George W.. 

McNeily, Isaac W 

McNeily, Sidney 

McNeily, Sidney 

Maloy, John E 

Manetoly, James M... 
Maultsby, Joseph M.. 



May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

Mav 13, 



May 13, 

May 13, 



May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 



May 13, '62 

Morris, Sidney iMay 13, '62 

Neelv. J. T ! 

Nichols. Richard R IMay 13, '62 

Padgett, Alfred May 13, '62 

Padgett, Ellis IMav 13, '62 

Pickney, Thomas W May 13, '62 

Pitts, Riley 

Pitts. William G 

Pittman John D 



May 13, 



Pledger. C. B May 13 



May 13, '62 



May 

May 



Porter. Ellsworth E 

Porter, William R 

Redd. William J 

Roebuck. William T 

Savage, F. E 

Sharritt. James H 

Sharritt, Josiah L 

Slagner, D. W 

Smith, George W 

Smith, James H 

Snellings, James W 

Stayner, Daniel W 

Stephens, Halcombe 

Stephens, Philip 

Stewart, Charles G 

Still, Thomas L 

Stone, Henry S 

'Suails, Pleasant 

Suails, William T 

Taylor, Charles May 13 

Thorpe. Samuel May 13 

Tucker, E. D 

Turner, Isaac J 

Vickery, F. H 

Vickery, William C 



May 

May 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 



Absent without leave October 31, '62. 

Deserted. 
Deserted. 
Died in hospital at Richmond, '63. 

Died at Mount Jackson hospital November 2, '62. 

Promoted Corporal; killed near Petersburg. 

Corporal, promoted Sergeant; deserted, applied 
for, and took the oath of allegiance while impris- 
oned at Fort Delaware; captured at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Corporal; killed at Gettysburg July 3. '63. 

Died in hospital at Richmond. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 



Killed at Fredericksburg December 15, '62. 

Died in camp December 11, '62. 

Discharged at Montgomery White Sulphur Springs 

for disability. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg. 



April 9, '65 Wounded at Amelia Court House, captured 2 or 3 
days before surrender. 
Absent without leave October 31, '62. 



April 9, '65 



May 
May 
May 

May 



May 13, '62 



Wachob, Arthur Mc 
Wachob, Francis M... 
Wachob. Joseph F. 

Waldon, Joseph 

Waldon, Samuel P 
Ward, John 



West. Jcel. 



May 13, '62 



May 13, '62 



Mav 13, 

May 13, 

May 13, 

Mav 16, 

May 16, 



April 9, '6.3 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 



April 9, '65 



2nd Sergeant; killed at the 2nd battle of Manassas 
August 3. '62. 

Corporal. August, '62; wounded at Gettysburg 
July 3, '63; captured and sent to hospital at 
Baltimore, paroled August 22, '63 and returned 
to Petersburg where he was furloughed and dis- 
charged. 

Died in hospital at Richmond January 25, '63. 

Wounded at Battle of Wilderness May '>. '64 

Corporal; reduced to ranks. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Corporal; promoted 2nd and 1st Sergeant. 
Absent without leave February 28, '63. 
Corporal. 
Deserted. 

Wounded at Richmond July 2, '63 and discharged. 

Wounded at Fredericksburg December 11, '62. 
Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Wounded at Manassas August 30. '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62; at 

Bristow Station October 15, '63. 
Died at Tallahassee. 
Died in hospital near Fredericksburg. 
Wounded at Culpepper Court House August 1, '63. 
Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Captured at Gettysburg July 2, '63; soon naroled. 
Deserted near camp at Fredericksburg February 

62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



West, Theodore 

Whittle, Seaborn W... 

Wilkerson, James 

Wilson, George W. S.. 
Williams, Irwin 



May 13, '62 
May 13, '62 



Sergeant. 

Left sick at Richmond August 9, '63; not since 
heard from. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 



Roll Company F— 8th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains— 


May 17, '62 
May 17, '62 

May 17, '62 

May 17, '62 

May 17, "62 
Mav 17, '62 

May 17, '62 










Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to Captain; Feb- 
ruary 17, '63. 


i st Lieutenant — 




2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 


























Mav 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 






Barnhill, W. C ... . 




Died in hospital October 20, '62. 




Mav 17. '62 






Bryant, F. M May 17, '62 






Campos, Joseph E iMav 17, '62 

Chambers, Charles J May 17, '62 








Bristow Station October 15, '63. 










Mav 17, '62 








Mav 17, '65 
May 17, '62 








Nov. 15, '62 




Crews, W 






May 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
















Deserted Julv 22, '62. 










Mav 17, '62 








Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 












Ellis, T. B 
















May 17, '62 












Griffin, J. R 


Mav 17, '62!April 9, '65 






Mav 17, '621 Deserted December 11, '62. 




May 17, '62L.. 








Mav 17, '62 




Transferred to Cavalry, killed near Pensacola r 
Fla., Partridge's Cavalry; 15th Confederate. 




May 17, '62 













Mav 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 






















Killed at Bristow Station October 14, '63. 


Jeffords, A. H 


Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 
May 17, '62 
May 17, '62 

































April 9, '65 
















Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 




















Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 




















Mav 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
Mav 17, '62 
May 17, '62 






















Deserted Julv 16, '62. 








O'Mally, John 


May 17, '62 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



199 



Roll Company F— 8th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Ormand, Arthur W 

Pelion, Pablo 

Pirtle, R. S 

Polk, James H 

Prevat, James W 

Quinn, Willam W 

Roberts. D. B 

Rose, Michael 

Rowe, John 

Samis, Francis 

Samis, Thomas 

Sheffield, Samuel 

Simmons. George M. T.. 

Smith, Mitchel 

Snowball. J. A. L 

Strickland, Cornelius 

Syms, Charles 

Taylor. David L 

Temple. William C 

Thigpen, James C 

Thigpen, William 

Tidwell, Benjamin F 

Tompkins, Donald 

Tompkins, John W 

Turner, Riley 

Walsh, John 

Ward, William 

Welsh, T 

Wilds, George B 

Wilds, John W 

Wilkerson. James M 
I* 

W 7 ilkinson. John W 

Williams, Elias 



Wingate. Cornelius 
Wingate, John A... 



May 17, 

May 17 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 



Aug. 29, '62 



May 17, '62 



Oct. 5, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17. 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 



May 17. 

Mav 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 

May 17, 



May 17, '62 



Wingate, 0. L.. 
Youn, Samson. 



Mav 17. 

May 17. 

May 17, 



May 17, 
May 17, 



'May 17. 
May 17, 



'»-,_' 



•62 

'62 



Deserted July 16, '62. 

Died November 30, '62. 
Corporal. 

Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Killed at Gettysburg July 3, 



'62, 



Absent without leave. 
Died June 22, '62. 



Captured from Maryland. 

Died in hospital at Winchester October 21, '62. 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Wounded, died January 15, '63 at Chariot tsville 

and buried in the Cemetery of the University of 

Va. 
Left in Thomasville, Ga. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63 and captured 

and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Discharged for wounds received at Chancellors- 

ville May 3, '63. 
Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 63; 

died in hospital August 1, '63. 
1st Sergeant; died November 9, '62. 



Roll Company G — 8th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS 

Captains — 

J. C. Stewart 

Joshua Mizell 



1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenants — 

James K. Stewart 

E.J. Hull 

W. W. Wilson 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Richard Stewart 

ENLISTED MEN. 

A , James A 

Alderman, David 

Ballard, Wiley C 

Barnhart, William R 

Barton, James W 

Bennett, Simmons 

Bradford, Hampton 

Brantly, W. M 

Brian, William P 

Buchan, Joseph D 

Cardie, Alvin M 

Cannon, James 

Carthus, J. H 

Carthus, Nathan R 

Carlisle, Joel N 

Carlisle, L. L. J 

Caruthers. W. R 

Clarke, Joseph J 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 11, '62 



REMARKS. 



Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain; wound- 
ed at Gettysburg, captured and imprisoned 
on Johnson's Island. Ohio; and died in prison 
April 17. '64; grave No. 168. 



Resigned April 10, '63. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Deserted July 25, '62. 
Deserted December 11, '62. 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



Sergeant. 

Deserted July 15, '62. 



Deserted May 11, '62. 

Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, 62. 



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Roll Company G — 8th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Collins, George W 

Cox, W. G 

Dann, Howard L 

Delk, William P 

Drawdy, William J 

Driggers, Edward 

Driggers, William F. ... 

Ellis, L. J 

Galloway, Thomas M 

Greegs, John G 

Hall, Isaiah 

Hall, William B 

Hardee, James C 

Harris, John 

Hartley, Daniel 

Hawthorn, K 

Hobbs, W. P 

Hodges, John R 

Hodges, Samuel... 

Holland, N. W 



Hooker, James W ... 

Hooker, S. J. L 

Hooker, W. P 

Hooker, William J 
Hubbard, John D.. 

Hull. William B 

Jackson, Ben F 



Jerkins, Richard F 

Joiner, Thomas J 

Kilgore, William C. G 

Kirkland, R. L 

Lancaster, Oliver P 

Lippman, S. D 

Long, Reuben 

Luffman, Shad 
Luffman, Disney 
McKinnie. James ^\ 
Mercer. William 
Miller, Benjamin W 

Miller. Thomas 

Mizell. David W 

Mizell. Morgan M 

Nelson, Joseph 

Newberry, Hiram J 

Nichols, Richard G 

Oberry, Wesley C 

Pillan. Richard 

Prescott, Robert 

Richards, James R 

Robinson, Charles A 

Robinson, Henry 

Rug rs, Middleton D ... 
Savage, James \\ 

Savage, Richard B 

Savage, Robert B 

Savage. Thomas E 

Simon, G. F 

Simmons, George W 
Simmons, Philin M 

Simmons, W. R 

Smith. K. D 

Sowell, Thomas J 

Stephens, William 

Stewart. Asa A 

Stewart, David B 

Stewart. John J 

Stewart. John \Y 
Stewart, Philinan B 

Stewart, T. A 

Story. Reed 

Swan. David H 

Tanner. Mathew 
Trapwell, William W. 

Tucker. E. D 

Tuner, David 

Turner. Robert 
Unchurch. C 
Wheeler, Clnrles M .... 
Wiggins, E. W 
Wilson, Henry 
Williams, Thomas M . 
Wriiht. Selestin C 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



July 13, '62 



Oct. 18, 



June 1, '61 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Died at Tallahassee July 15, '62. 

Died December 16, '62. 

Disability. 

Died at Richmond hospital. 

Killed at the battle of Manassas August, '62. 

Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '62. 

Deserted. 

imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Deserted June 4, '62. 

Died at Lake City July 20, '62. 



Transferred to Company "G" from Company "F" 
October 29, "62. 

Wounded mortally at Fredericksburg December 13, 
'62; died December 20, '62. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware; pa- 
roled from there at close of war. 



'63; 



Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Sergeant; wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, 
lost some teeth by explosion of shell. 
...... I Sergeant. 

'62 Discharged for disability. 

. |Caotured April 6, '65; imprisoned at PointJ*Look- 
out, until June, '65. 
Corporal. 



Jan. 14, "63 



Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. 
Deserted July 15, '62. 
Deserted July 15. '62. 
By parole, close of war. 

Died December 16, '62. 

Died January 30, '63. 

Corporal. 

Paroled, close of war. 

Deserted July 15, '62. 



Deserted Ju,y 15, 65. 



Sept. 17, "62 



Aug. 12, '62 



Wtunded ot Sharpsburg, Md.. September 17, '62. 
Promoted Seiiresnt; October 1, '62. 
Transferred to Watson's Cavalry in Fla., paroieii. 
Disability. 

Deserted. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Sergeant; deserted July 15, '62. 

Discharged from hospital for disability. 
Died in Maryland. 
Deserted July 15, '62. 
Deserted. 

Paroled, close of war. 

Died in Tallahassee July 30, '62. 

Paroled, close ot war. 
Deserted July 15, '62. 

Promoted Sergeant; killed at Fredericksburg Dec- 
ember 13. '62. 



1st Sergeant; imprisoned at Fort Delaware 



Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63- 



MissingTat^ battle" of, Fredericksburg. 



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Roll Company H — 8th Florida Infantry. 



201 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

James Tucker 

Zacheus Shepard 



T. B. Livingston.. 



April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 



April 12, '62 



ist Lieutenants — 

William Scott 

Donald T. Livingston.. 

2nd Lieutenant — 

J. M. Bryant 

3rd Lieutenant — 

William P. Pigman 



April 12, '62 



April 9, '65 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, J. B 

Adkins, James L 

Allen, Robert 

Alderman, David G 

Arnow, Henry H 

Barber, George W 

Barrons, James J 

Barrons, Robert...'. 

Barrington, Milton 

Barrington, Walter J 

Bassett, Andrew J. D 

Bell, Abram 

Bell, Patrick, R 

Bevan, William R 

Blanton, D. T 

3ovet, Edward J 

Boyd, M 

Bowen, Henry D 

Brown, James A. M 

Brown T 

Bryan, D. S 

Bryan, P. N 

Burroughs, Cornelius T 

Byrd, A. J 

Byrd, Evander 

Clark, W. B 

Clayton, Milledge G 

Corbin, William 

Curl, Jesse 

Davenport, James A 

Deese, James 

Deese, John M 

Deas, Samuel M 



Deas, T. M 

Dice, H 

Eddison, T 

Ellison, James... 

Ellison, John L.. 



Fort, Elias N 

Fletcher, C. N 

Fletcher, W 

Glover, Alfred J 

Gill, Joseph 

Green, John 

Hagen, Urban 

Hall, Elisha 

Hall, N. S 

Hammond, Elias 

Hammond, Seymore 

High, Henry 

Holland, William W 

Horn, William J 

Hurst. T. T 

Hyers, Philip L 

Hysler, William 

Irvin, John H 

Irving, Washington L 

Ivey, Jasper N 

Ivey, Robert A 

Jarrell or Gerrold, Samuel. 

Jenkins, Thomas G 

Jordan, Thomas L 

Johnson, Benjamin J 



May '62 

June 24, '62 



June 



'62 



April 12, '62 
Oct. 5, '61 



April 9, '65 



April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 



April 12, '62 
May '62 



April 12, '62 
Aprii"i2,"'62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
June 1, '62 



April 9, '65 



April 12, '62 
May 17, '62 



April 12, 
April 12, '62 



April 9, '65 
62!"!"""""""!! 



Resigned September 3, '62. 

1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain, September 29, 
'62; resigned January 24, '63; wounded at Fred- 
ericksburg December 13, '62. 

Promoted Captain from 2nd and 3rd Lieutenant; 
wounded at Gettysburg, captured and paroled 
at close of war. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; September 27, '62. 
from 2nd Lieutenant. 



1st Lieutenant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Septem- 
ber 30, "62. 



Promoted 1st Sergeant; October 1, '62. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Transferred from Company "F", October 1, '62; 

promoted Sergeant October 15, '62. 
Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant. 

Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg December 

13, '62. 
Discharged for disability. 



Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

,-- : -jq 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Shot at Sharpsburg, Md., September 18, '62. 

Corporal. 
Deserted. 



April 12, '62 



May 7, '62 
May 5, '62 
Aprl 12, '62 



April 12, '62 



Aprl 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 12, '62 



May 28, '62 
May 15, '62 
Apr 1 12, 
June 7, 
May 20, 



Apr I 9, '65 
Aprl 9, '65 



June 20, '62 

Mch. '62 

April 12, '62 

April 12, '62 

April 12, '62 

April 12 '62 

June 1, '62 

April 12, '62 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 12, '62 



Transferred from Company "I." 

Corporal; lost left arm at Chancellorsville, Va. 

May 3, '63. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 
Transferred from Company "I;" wounded at 

Fredericksburg ,Va., December 13, '62. 
Transferred from Company "I;" discharged July 

15, '62. 
Sergeant. 



Discharged January 12, '63, 

Transferred from Company "I." 

Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 

Transferred from Company "I." 



Discharged February 26, '53. 

Deserted. 

Sergeant. 

Musician. 



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Roll Company H — 8th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




April 12, '62 
July 1, '63 






Kelly, W lliam M 


April 9, '65 




Keen, David 


Killed at Weldon R. R., Va„ August 22, '64 










Lomerick, George 


















May '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
Aprl 12, '62 












Lee, George H 










Discharged October 7, '62 for disability. 




















Mills, William 


April 12, '62 




Killed at ChancellorsvillelJVlay 4, '63. 


Milton, James 




Mimms, James 


















April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
May 12, '62 
May 10, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 






















Transferred from Company "F," Sept. 30. '63. 






Nicholson, Robert W 












Overstreet, William R 








April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 










Musician; discharged!. December 19, '62. 








April 9, '65 






April 12, '62 
June '62 
April 12, '62 
May '62 








Discharged for~ disability. 






Sanders, Ashford G 












Saunders, W. M 




April 9, '65 










Simmons, T. F 




April 9, '65 




Smith, James D 






Smith, John F 








Smith, Robert B 


April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
Aug. 15, '63 
April 12, '62 
May '62 
May '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
April 12, '62 
June "62 
June '62 


















Stanaland, T. B 


May 10, '65 
April 9, '65 


Wounded at Hanover Junction, Va., May 15 '63. 




Suggs, Elijah 






April 9, '65 














White, Stephen K 










Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 

Sergeant. 


Young, Dan G 





Roll Company I— 8th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John M. Pons 


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May 

May 

May 
May 

May 
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May 

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Benjamin F. Roberts 






I st Lieutenant — 

John Thomas 






2nd Lieutenants — 

Elias G. Jaudon 






Julian J. Acosta 


April 9, '65 




3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


burg December 13, '62. 
Discharged July 6, '62, for disability. 


Acosta, JosephTE 




Adams, George W 




Deserted July 26, '62. 


Adkerson, Woodman 






Andrew, Jerome C 






Andrew, Thomas 






Barbee, Joseph A 




Deserted at Augusta, Ga., July 23, '62. 


Barber, Isaac 






Barton, John 






Bearden, John 




Left sick near Harper's Ferry." ' 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



203 



Roll Company I — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Bennett, Elias R 

Bennett, John G 

Bennett, Wiley 

Bennett, William 

Bird. Melican 

Bird, William 

Black, William 

Braddock William G.. 

Broadnax T 

Brodnax, William H... 

Bryan, H 

Buckles, John 

Burnsed, Gideon 



Burnsed, John E 

Campbell, Henry F 

Campbell, Wesley 

Canova, Bartolo 

Carter, Darling 

Carter, E. C 

Carter, George W. H 

Carter, Jesse H 

Cary, W. H 

Cox, Hatch 

Craroty, Levy 

Crews, C 

Crews, Samuel 

Crews, William P 

Curry, Moses 

Curry, William 

Danford, Isaac 

Davis, George 

Davis, John G 

Deese, James 

Deese, John H 

Deloche, Edmund 

Dibble, Charles H 

Dixon, J. J 

Doile, F. William 

Doggett, S. F 

Doggett, Forbes I 

Doyle, David W 

Drawty, Levy : 

Ellison, James 

Ellison, John L 

Fitzgerald, James 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick 

Fitzpatrick, William 

Flinn, George B 

French, Edwin 

Gardner, Alfred 

Gardner, George 

Garrold, J 

Goreka, Henry 

Gillen, William 

Green, Salathiel 

Griffiths, Juniper 

Hammonds, Elias 

Hammonds, Seymour... 
Hammond, William R.. 

Harrison, Jonah G 

Harrison, Josiah E 

Harris, John N 

Harris, Richard 

Heisler, William 

Hendrick, William H... 

Herndon, John R 

Hernandez, Joseph 

Hicks, Bryant 

Hicks, Robert C 

Hinn, G. B 

Hogans, Reuben 

Hoggins, John .' 

Hoggans, Robert 

Holmes, Alexander 

Johnson, F'ancis A 



Kennedy, Francis M 

King, Charles 

Kirby, William A 

Lacourse, Joseph 

Laurimore, Richard M. 

Laurimore, Robert C 

Lawerence, F. M 



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Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Deserted July 23, '62. 

Shot at the Wilderness; on furlough when war 

closed. 
Deserted July 14, at Camp Leon. 



Sergeant. 

Killed at Fredericksburg Decembtr 11, '62. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; also at 
Richmond and died of wounds received Decem- 
ber, '64. 

Died in hospital Nov. 5, '62. 

Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, '63. 



Deserted at Camp Leon July 20, '62. 



Died in Fort Delaware prison, '63. 

Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 

Deserted July 13, '62. 

Died November, '62. 

Discharged October 1, '62 for disability. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg, Pa., September 17, '62. 
Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 



Discharged October 1, '62 for disability. 



Sergeant. 
1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Musician; killed at Fredericksburg December 17, 
'62. 



Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



Deserted at Camp Leon July 17, '62. 
Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62. 



Discharged October 28, '62 for disability. 

Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburg September 17. 
'62. 



Deserted at Camp Hunt May 19, '62. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 
Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62. 



Promoted Chaplain; died at Richmond, Va., March 

29, '63. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May- 4, '63. 
Deserted March 16, '62 at St. John's Bluff. 



Died at hospital September 1, '62. 



204 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Lawerence, J 

Lay, James 

Lowe, Archibald 

McCormick, Aaron T... 

McCormick, W. B 

Marcus, B 

Murray, Archibald 

Murray, John 

Newborn, William 

Newmans, John 

Newmans, William A. 

Oliver, William 

O'Neil, Henry 

Osteen, Richard 

Osteen, Riley 

Othello, Charles 

Padgett, Daniel 

Padgett, William 

Parker, Daniel I 

Parish, Hiram 

Peterson, Archibald. ... 

Peterson, John 

Petty, George A 

Philips, Robert 

Pifer, Joseph H 



MUSTERED 



Plummer, James Alexander.. 

Prescott, John H 

Raulerson, William 

Rhoden, Henry H 

Rhoden, Isham J 

Rhoden, James T 

Rhoden, John A. J 

Rhoden, John H 

Rhoden, Levi J 

Roberts, Andrew J 

Roberts, Conner 

Roberts, Cornelius 

Roberts Isaiah 

Roberts, Joseph Garrett 

Roberts, Josiah 

Roberts, Ulysses M 

Robertson, Stephen I 

Robinson, William 

Russell, John 

Russell. William 

Sanger, Henry C 

Scott, Edward 

Silcox, Isaac 



S lcox, Wade 

Sparkman, Alfred 

Sparkman, Luke 

Sparkman, William C. 

Spearing. John N 

Spence, Charles 

Stanley, Henderson 

Starling, Thomas 

Strickland, Abraham... 
Strickland, Jonathan.., 

Summerall, John W 

Sweat, Alfred J 

Sweat, Freeman 

Sweat, James 

Sweat, James A 

Tanden, 



Thompson, William J.. 

Tumplin, John H 

Tumplin, Samuel W.. 
Tyler, J. B 



Vaughn, William 

West, Mangum B 

West, Moses C 

West, William H 

Whitaker, Jacob M 

Whitman, Martin 

Wilkinson, Elishu 

Wilkinson, Gadsen 

Wilkinson, Joseph 

Wilkinson, Joseph Jr.. 
Wilkinson, William 



May 14, 

May 14, 

May 14, 

May 14, 

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May 14, 
May, 14, 

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May 14, 
May"^14, 

May 14, 
May" 14, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



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Captured at Gettysburg, imprisoned at Fort Dela- 
ware. 
Deserted July 19, '62. 



Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 



April 9, 65 



Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62. 



Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3 '63. 

Deserted July 14, '62. 

Discharged at Tallahassee August 10, '62 for dis- 
ability. 
Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 



April 9, '65 



April 
April 



9, 65 
9, 



April 



Aprl 9, '65 



Deserted March 16, at St. John's Bluff and went 

to the Yankees. 
Killed near Richmond, Va., May 29, '64. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville and disabled. 
Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, 'P° 
Deserted July 14, '62. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Deserted July 14, '62. 
Deserted July 14, '62. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62 
Wounded at Antietam, Md., September 17, '62. 
Wounded at Sharpsburg September 13, '62. also 
at Fredricksburg, Va., December 13, '62. ^ 
65 1 Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 

Discharged October 4, '02, for disability. 

9, '65jWounded at Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, '62. 

[Sergeant. 

(Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62. 

Aprl 9, '65:Shot at Bristow Station, Va., August 20, '63. 
Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63 

Musician. 

Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; captured 
and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

W T ounded at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, '63; 
promoted Corporal. 

Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, <_>-. 
Deserted July 26, '62, at Blackshear 
Discharged July 8, '62, for disability. 
Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg Sep- 
tember 17, '62. 
Deserted July 23, '62. 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Deserted July 23, '62. W, 

Captured and died in prison at Hilton Head, S^C. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg 

December 13, '62. 
Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62 • T ' 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '6 . 
Captured at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort 
Delaware. 

Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Died at Chimborazo hospital August 15, '62. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant. T 

Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62. 
Deserted June 15, '62; at Camp Hunt. 
Promoted^ Sergeant. 

Deserted July 14, '62 at Camp Leon. 



Apr 9, '65 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



205 



Roll Company I — 8th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Mav 14, '62 
Mav 14, '62 
May 14, '62 

Mav 14, '62 
Mav 14, '62 
Mav 14, '62 
May 14, '62 
Mav 14, '62 










Captured at Gettysburg, died at Fort Delaware, '64 
Discharged October 4, '62 for disability. 






























April 9, '65 


Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 





Roll Company K — 8th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


•OFFICERS. 

Captains — 






Promoted Major. 

Promoted Captain; wounded at Hanover Junction 
through the lungs May 24, '64. 






Aprl 9, '65 


1st Lieutenant — 


June 




'61 


2nd Lieutenants — 




September 17, '62 and disabled. 






April 9, '65 


consumption; died. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; September, '62; cap- 
tured at Gettysburg July 3, '63, sent to Rock 
Island; exchanged February 24, '65. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Transferred, promoted Sergeant. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 


3rd Lieutenant — 

F. M. Bryant 




April 9, '65 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen. W 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 


21, 
21, 

21, 


'61 
'61 
'61 










Arnold, F. D 




Died at Charlottsville and buried in the Cemetery 
of the University of Virginia. 




Oct. 


28, 


61 
















Cox, E 


Oct. 
May 
Oct. 
Mav 
Oct. 
May 


26, 
15, 
26, 
15, 

27, 
15, 


til 
'62 
'61 
'62 
'61 
'62 


















Gandv, G. W 












Gill, F. M 






Hall, R. B 














Harn, H. B 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 


27, 
21, 
27, 
10, 


'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 












Hatfield, T. H 






Hilliard, E. J 




Promoted Corporal. 

Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Hilliard, H 






Oct, 
May 


27, 
15, 


'61 
'61 
















Lewis, H. H 


May 
May 
Nov. 


15, 
5. 


'62 
'62 
'61 










'62. 






at Richmond May 20, '63. 




April 9, '65 






May 
Oct, 
Oct, 
Nov 
Nov. 
Nov. 
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Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


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27, 

27, 

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27, 
27 
27, 

27, 
27, 


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til 
'61 
'61 

til 
'til 
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Mathews, H. H 






Milev, D. M 






Mizell. T. E 






Parker, W. P 












Prine, H 












Rawles, W. C 






Read, D. D 


















Smith, B. M 






Smith. G. W 






Smith, J 


Oct, 
Oct, 
May 


27, 

27, 
15 


'62 

'til 
'62 






Stallins, W. W 




Sergeant. 


Symes, S. R. J 




Trice, W 






Tyner, S. T 


Oct. 


27, 


'61 


April 9, 65 


Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



206 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company K — 8th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Tyner, W 


Oct. 21, '61 
Oct. 27, '61 
Oct. 27, '61 
Oct. 27. '61 
May 15, '62 




Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, 
'62. 


Walker, A 




Walker, G. W 






Walker, 






Wamsbey, L. W 




Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63. 


Weeks, J 




Weeks, L 


May 1, 62 
Nov. 15, '61 
Mav 15, '62 
Oct. 27. '62 




Promoted Corporal. 


Whidden, Bennett 




Willingham, William 




Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63. 


Youngblood, S. S 


April 9, '65 



NINTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



Early in May, 1864, Gen. Patton Anderson, commanding the District of 
Florida, received from the War Department an orde to send a good brigade 
to Richmond with all possible expedition. Gen. Joseph Finnegan was ordered 
to immediately proceed to Virginia with his brigade, consisting of 1st Bat- 
talion, Lieut. -Col. Charles Hopkins; 2nd Battalion, Lieut. -Col. Theodore Bre- 
vard; 4th Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel McClellan; and 6th Battalion, Lieut. - 
Col. John M. Martin. The order was obeyed immediately and the Brigade 
arrived at Richmond May 25, 1864, and joined Anderson's Division, of which 
Holmes was then commander, and Hill's Corps at Hanover Junction May 28, 
1864. On June 8, the troops were organized into two regiments as follows: 
The 1st Florida Battalion, six companies, and the companies of Captains 
Mays, Stewart, Clark and Powers of the 2nd Battalion, formed the 10th Regi- 
ment, Colonel Hopkins commanding. The 4th Florida Battalion, seven com- 
panies, the companies of Captains Ochus and Robinson, of the 2nd Battalion, 
and Captain Cullens' unattached company formed the nth Regiment, Col. 
Theodore Brevard commanding. The 6th Florida Battalion, seven companies, 
and the three independent companies, Capts. J. C. Eichelberger, John McNeil, 
and B. L. Reynolds, formed the 9th Regiment, Colonel Martin commanding. 
The seven companies that formed the 6th Battalion before organizing as such, 
had served as independent volunteer companies in different parts of the State; 
the\ T were commanded by Captains John C. Chambers, John W. Pearson, 
Samuel Hope, James Tucker, A. A. Stewart, J. C. DuPree, S. M. G. Gary. -At 
the battle of Olustee these companies were formed into a battalion commanded 
by Maj. Pickens Bird. In concentrating the troops between Waldo and Jack- 
sonville, after the battle of Olustee, Lieutenant -Colonel Martin was placed in 
command of the Battalion, and upon the arrival of the Battalion in Virginia 
the Regiment was formed and the companies named, became A, B, C, D, E, 
F and G, under their respective captains. To these companies were added 
the compan}' of B. L. Reynolds, which became Co. H; John McNeil, Co. I; 
Jacob Eichelberger, Co. K; John M. Martin was promoted to Colonel, John 
W. Pearson to Lieutenant-Colonel, and Pickens B. Bird became Major. Major 
Bird was killed at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864, as was Captain Reynolds of 
Co. H and Lieut. Ben B. Lane of Co. I. Regimental Adjutant Owens, Captain 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



207 



Tucker, of Co. D, and Lieut. R. D. Harrison, commanding Co. B, were ser- 
iously wounded. After the battle of Cold Harbor Finnegan's Brigade, which 
now consisted of the 2nd, 5th, 8th, 9th, 10th and nth Regiments, took up 
the line of march for Petersburg. On June 2$ they moved from the breast- 
works, under a heavy fire of shells and can ster, and marched down the Wel- 
don Road, six miles below, and drove back the enemy, who were tearing up 
the road. On June 30 the battle of Ream's Station was fought. A Florida 
Brigade marched, reached the battle field at day-break and attacked the ene- 
my, driving him back in a running fight four miles, capturing seven p eces of 
artillery, many horses, a few prisoners, and 1300 negroes. On the morning 
of the 2 1st August the Florida brigade advanced within one hundred yards of 
the Federal breast-works on the Weldon Railroad, where the enemy were 
strongly entrenched. Repeated charges were made to dislodge them, but 
failed. The loss in killed and wounded was very severe. Lieut. -Col. John 
W. Pearson, of the 9th Reg ment, was so severely wounded that he died in 
Augusta, Ga., while on his way home. 

The death of Colonel Pearson left the 9th Regiment with no Field Officers, 
except the Colonel. An attempt was made to have outsiders appointed to 
these positions, but Colonel Martin objected on the ground that captains in 
his regiment had earned promotion and were entitled to the offices; bu for 
some reason the War Department failed to make these deserved promotions 
and the 9th Regiment served to the close of the war without either Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel or Major. On December 7. 1864, the Florida Brigade, of which 
the 9th was a part, made a forced march of 50 miles and struck the enemy at 
the Bellfield on the 9th; but the enemy numbering 20,000, who hadbten on a 
raid declined to accept the gage of battle, and retreated, and the Brigade return- 
ed to camp foot-sore, having marched over frozen roads, and through sleet and 
snow more than one hundred miles. Early in February, 1865, the 9th was 
engaged at Hatcher's Run, opposing the Federal attempt to extend their line 
of battle. In this engagement S. W. Crowson was seriously wounded. The 
Brigade was now ordered to winter quarters; but before reaching them re- 
ceived orders to return to reinforce General Gordon south of Hatcher's Run. 
In this engagement the Brigade numbered but 3,500 effective men. After a 
charge the enemy fled in confusion and night ended the battle. On the morn- 
ing of April 2 General Lee's lines were broken and the retreat began. The 
9th Regiment retreated by way of High Bridge and marched to Farmville; 
being crowded it halted and fortified for an attack, which was repulsed with 
heavy loss to the enemy. This was the last battle in which the 9th was en- 
gaged. The Regiment surrendered at Appomatox, 15 officers and 109 men. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 9th Florida Infantry. 



Colonel — 

John M. Martin 

Lieutenant-Colonel — 

John M. Martin 

Majors — 

Pickens Bird 



MISTERED 



Sept. 4, '63 
Sept. 4, '63 
Sept, 4, '63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Promoted Colonel. 

Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 



208 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll, Field and Staff— 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Surgeons — 
Assistant Surgeons — ■ 

1 Simmons 

P T. D. Hawkins 

P Pickerton 

Adjutants — 

James Owens 

M. A. Rogers 

1st Lieut. Ben. F. Parker. 
Sergeant Major — 

Charles Pearson 

Quartermaster — 

James H. Johnson 

Commissary — 
Quartermaster Sergeant — 
Commissary Sergeants — 
Chaplain — 

James Little 

First Lieutenants — 

R. G. McEwen-Ensign... 

Rufus King-Ensign 



Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4. '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 



Sept. 4, '63 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Transferred to hospital. 
Transferred of buspital. 



Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 



Discharged for ill health. 



This regiment had no Lieutenant-Colonel or Major 
after the promotion of Colonel Martin and the 
death of Major Bird owing to the fact that Gen- 
eral Finnegan wished to promote outsiders to 
the position. Colonel Martin protesting against 
such appointment on the ground that he had 
fine officers who had won promotion by their 
gallantry. 



Roll Company A — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


Mch. 
Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch, 
Mch, 
Mch, 
Mch, 

Mch, 
Mch, 
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Mch, 
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Mch, 
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Mch, 
Mch, 


15, 
15. 

15, 

15, 

15, 

15, 

15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
20, 
26 
15, 
15, 
17, 
17, 
20, 
20 
20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 


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'62 

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'62 
'62 

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Resigned, '63. 


Dr. Enos E Davis 










ease contracted from exposure at the battle of 
Cold Harbor, June 3, '64. 


1st Lieutenant — 




Captain, resigned March 1, '65, 


2nd Lieutenant — 

Haile, 




killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, '64. 


3rd Lieutenant — 
Willis R. Meadlin 




died in Virginia, '64. 


ENLISTED MEN. 








April 9, '65 


Captured and imprisoned at Fort Warren, Mass.; 








May '65 


Discharged from Broodsville, Fla. 


Chesser, Thomas W 
















Clark, Elias B 






Cylatt, Marion F 




Corporal. 










April 9, ,65 


Promoted Sergeant. 






























Dean, W, H, H 










Corporal. 


















Killed at Petersburg June 10, ,64. 




Mch, 
Mch. 


24, 
15, 


,62 
'62 






Haddock, William H... 




• i-f~ 






— s ;■ 1 




Nov. 
Mch. 


15, 


'62 
'62 




Lost right arm at Bay Port, Fla., February, '63. 


Higginbotham, Caleb 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



209 



Roll Company A — 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 






April 


9, '65 


1st Sergeant. 

1st Sergeant. 
Musician. 

Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 20, '64 
at Point Lookout, Md., during the 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Shot near Petersburg, '64, while on 




Hill. Henry L 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Hch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 

15, 
15, 






Hill. John J 






Hill. William A 


'62 

'ill' 

'62 










































Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Aug. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


15, 
19, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
25, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
20, 
15, 
15, 
15, 


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'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
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'02 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 










































April 


9, '65 
























McCaskill. Peter H 












9, '65 
9, '65 






'63 Anril 




May, David F 


'62 
'62 












Meadlin, Elias H 


April 


9. '65 




Miller. John 


Mch. 


17, 


'62 






April 


9, '65 






Mch. 


15, 


'62 




Oglesbv. Joseph F 














Parish. Robert 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


15, 
30, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 
15, 


'62 
'62 
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'62 
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'62 


















Richardson, William S 






Roberts, Allen 


April 


9, '65 


picket duty. 


























Smith, Thomas P 






Smith, William H 






Tindale, John W 


April 


9, '65 






Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
!Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


15, 
15, 
15, 
17, 
19. 
19, 
20, 
15, 
15, 


'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
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'62 
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Tindale, Willis F 






Took, John G 






Weeks, Cabal 






Weeks, John G 












White. John B 

White. W r illiam C 


April 


9, '65 












April 


9, '65 






Mch. 


15, 


'62 






April 


9, '65 




Worthington, Samuel H 







Roll Company B — 9th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

J. W. Pearson 



R. D. Harrison 

1st Lieutenant — 

Francis McMeekin.. 
2nd Lieutenant — 



3rd Lieutenants — 

David Hall 

M. A. Rogero 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bankright. W. K 

Blue, Archibald C 

Blount, R 

Boyles. L. C 

Brinson, J. S 

Browning, Noah 



Promoted Lt.Col.;wounded atReames'Station Aug. 
21,'64and died at Augusta, Ga., on his way home. 

Promoted Captain; wounded at Cold Harbor June 

I 3, '64. 

April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; wounded at Cold Har- 
bor June, '64. 



April 9, '65 



June 21, '62 



'April 



'63 



Died in service in Virginia. '64. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; Adjutant-General after 
Owens was killed at the battle of Green Station. 



Shot at Olustee, Fla.. February 22, '64. 



210 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B — 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Bullock, P 

Caldwell, Robert A 

Caldwell, Robert C 

Cason, A. J 

Cathron, W. D 

demons, Henry 

Congers, D 

Daniels, W. H 

Ellis, Aaron 

Ellis, G. N 

Ellis, James 

Ellis, John 

Ferguson, R. H 

Frier, F. L 

Futch, S 

Galbrath, D. C 

George, L 

Gillis, John 

Gfflis, Neil 

Grantham, John 

Grantham. John W 

Haggins, John 

Hall, B 

Hall, J. J..: 

Hall, John W 

Hampton 

Harrison, John 

Hawthorn, W. L 

Henderson, Levi 

Hill, M. N 

Hill W 

Hinson, Allen W 

Hobkerk, James 

Hull, Isaac I 

Hunter, J. R 

Hunter, R. G 

Ivey. R. L 

John, C. S 

Johnson, J. A 

Key, W 

Lockler, Irwin 

Luffman, W. H 

Manning, J. E 

Manning, J. M 

Marsh, G. W 

Martin, H. E 

Martin, J. S 

Mason, William H 

Matchett, Enoch 

Matchett, L 

Matchett, S. T 

May, Joseph N 

McBride, A. M 

McCradie, John L 

McDermett, Hiram 

McErvin, Joseph C 

McEwen, Robert G 

McNeil, Joseph 

McRae. Angus 

McRae. J 

Mitchell, D. T 

Murphy, E 

Murphy, John 

Parker, L. H 

Pearson, C. G 

Pearson, P. G 

Pike, S. H 

Sapp, O 

Sanders, Fred 

Scott, G. L 

Scott, J. B 

Seque, Charles Downing. 

Shaler, S. T 

Sherouse, W. M 

Sherouse, James 

Shurouse, Marion 

Shorter, William F 

Shores, Joseph 

Sikes, A. D 

Sikes, Isaah 

Sikes, Joseph 

Simmonds, T. F 

Smith, Adam 

Smith, John 



Died in hospital June 11, '63, of typhoid fever at 
Tampa. 



May 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Sergeant. 

Sergeant; surrendered but died before reaching 
home. 



Sergeant. 

Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 24, '64. 



Corporal; shot at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '64. 
Corporal. 

Musician. 
Corporal. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



May 1, '62 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, 65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



1st Sergeant. 



Wounded ^Turkey. Ridge, Va., '64. 



Wounded][at Coid Harbor, Va., JuneJ3, '64. 



Musician. 
1st Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



211 



Roll Company B — 9th Florida Infantry, 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Stevens, Christopher C. 

Stevens, S 

Strickland, A 

Sylvester, W 

Tompkins, Alfred D 

Tompkins, John W 

Turner, George W 

Waldron, David E 

Waldron, M 

Walker, Elias 

Waterburv, Horace W. 

Wells, A. A 

Wells, George W 

Wells, S. J 

Wells, T. N 

Wimberly. J. T 

Wimberly, J. I 

Whidden, John H 

Williams, Thomas W... 



April 9, '65 



May 
Mch. 



May 



'62 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Shot on Weldon Railroad, Va.. August 21, '64. 
Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 22, '64. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Roll Company C — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


June 21, 


62 


April 
April 


9 
9, 


'65 
'65 


Wounded at Petersburg August 25, '64; res 
November 1, '64. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from 3rd Lieute 
killed at Olustee February 28, '64. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Peter. 
August 25, '64. 

Killed on picket line in Virginia, '64. 
Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 

Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 
Transferred to Captain Lesley's Company. 

Died in Virginia. 

Killed at Olustee February 20, '64. 

Killed at Olustee February 20, '64. 
Transferred from 3rd Regiment. Co. C. 

Disability. 
Corporal. 




1st Lieutenant — 




2nd Lieutenants — 

Thomas I. Hill 






E. Allen Hill 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford, J. L 


t 
Oct. 


'62 




Allen, E. A 










April 
April 


9, 
9, 


•ti.-, 
'65 




























April 


9, 


'65 




Allen. Z. E 


June 21, 


'62 






April 
April 


9. 
9, 


'65 
'65 


























June 21, 


'62 


April 
April 
Anril 
April 
April 
April 


9, 
9. 
13, 
13, 
13. 
13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 




Bassett. John G... 




























Boyett, William E 




April 


13, 


'65 






June 21, 


'62 






















April 
April 


13, 
13, 


'65 
'65 




















April 


13, 


'65 










Day, Thomas W 




April 

April 


13, 

13, 


'65 
'65 






June 21, 


'62 








Duke, G. F 




April 


13, 


'63 
'65 










D W. H 










April 
April 
April 
April 


13, 

13, 
13. 
13, 


'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 










Edwards, Obidiah E 


June 21, 


'62 










June 21, 
June 21, 


'62 
'62 






April 
April 
April 


13, 
13, 
13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 








Garland M. W 







212 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — oth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Wounded at Olustee February 22, '64; died 

Va., in service. 
Died in Virginia. 
















April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 






























April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 

'05 
'65 

■(;;, 
'65 


Died in hospital at Lake City, Fla. 
Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 
Discharged for disability, lost arm. 

Transferred from Com any "C," 3rd. 

W'ounded at Petersburg August 10, '63. 

Captured at Jacksonville, Fla., sent on parole. 

Promoted 3rd Sergeant. 

Transferred from Company "C," 3rd Regimi 

Musician. 

Wounded at Cross Roads, Va., August 10, 
also twice in thigh at Cold Harbor May 20, 

Killed. 
Corporal. 












June 21, 62 




Hil„ Chelsey D 




Hill, Elisha A 






Hill, Malcolm N 






Hill, Robert M 












House, Hill W 


June 21, '62 


April 13, 


'65 












April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 

'65 

'65 
'65 






























June 21, '62 














April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'»;.-, 
'65 
i\r, 
'65 
"65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 




McMinn, William L 


















































June 21, '62 














ONeil, William D 












Nicks. William R 












Parker, Robert H 


June 21, '62 














Pink-ton, Daniel W 
















A'pril 13, 
April 13. 
April 13. 
Aoril 13, 
April 13, 
Anril 13, 
April 13. 
April 13. 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 










Smith, A. H 


















Smith. William F 


Jpne 21, '62 
June 21, '62 
Nov. 1, '62 








Stafford, Will am H 


'64; 




'63. 


















April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 




Tucker, Pleasant T 






Turnbull, Charles W 






Vickers, W. R :. 






Wall, William W 


















Wells, John 












Willis, Richard T 






Willis, George W 










April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 
April 13, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 






















Winn, Thomas 







Roll Company D — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John Bryan 


'62 




Resigned. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



213 



Roll Company D — gth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




'62 




Promoted Captain May 10, '62; wounded 
Harbor June 3, '64. 

Resigned at reorganization May 10, '62. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Resigned at reorganization May 10, '62. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant ; killed at Olust 
ruary 24, '64. 

2nd Lieutenant; commanding Company 
render. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Corporal. 
Musician. 

Paroled at close of war. 

Was at home, sick, at the surrender. 

Corporal. 

Killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June, '64. 


at Cold 


1st Lieutenants — 










April 9, 


'65 




2nd Lieutenants — 

T. J. Padget 












se Feb- 


















William P. Burns 




April 9, 


'65 


:it tur- 


3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 








Blanton, D. T 




April 9, 


'65 




Boyett, E. J , 






Brown. D. C 
























Brvan, N. G 








Bryan, P. N 








Bryan, T. J 


















































































April '63 
Aug. 15, '63 






Ellis, E. H.. 






Fletcher, C. N 






















Ginn, C. W 
























Hall, N. S 
















































































































Johnston, W. R 






Corporal. 

Corporal; killed at Olustee February 24, 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 
Musician. 


































'64. 










































McCall, C. F 








McCall, J 








McCaskill, A. W 










May '61 
June '64 


April 
April 
April 


'65 
'65 
'65 




McDaniel, Thomas T 








McLane, William T 






Meeks, H. C 




April 
April 


'65 
'65 






Oct. '63 




Mixcn, J. G 








April 


'65 






















April 


'65 














April 


'65 










Padgett, E 








Padgett, John 









214 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Parker, W. T 

Peacock, M 

Rhymes, David 

Roberts, W. N 

Sandlin, Jesse R 

Sandlin, W. D 

Shirley, Warren 

Sill, Newton 

Stapleton, Alexander.. 

Stapleton, Jackson 

Starling, Thomas 

Summers, J. W 

Tomberlin. William 

Tyler, Stephen J 

Williams, Willis 

Willis, William 



Sergeant; wounded and died at Olustee. 

1st Sergeant; killed at Cold Harbor June, '64. 

Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 Sergeant. 



Roll Company E — 9th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

A. A. Stewart 

G. H. Hunter..' 



'62 



J. L. Dozier... 

1st Lieutenants- 

J. W. Pearce. 



April 9, '65 



J. W. Barnett 

2nd Lieutenants — 
3rd Lieutenants — 

Robert B. Roberts.. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Resigned June 7, '64. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain; wounded 

at Cold Harbor and resigned. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant, 

killed at Farmville April 7, '65. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



Re-enlisted, Company "E," 9th Regiment; pro- 
moted 1st Sergeant, then 3rd Lieutenant. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford, W. A 

Altman, T 

Arnow, W. J 

Barber, J 

Beasley, J. F 

Brannan, Benjamin W 

Boyd, William 

Bryant, D 

Burnside, E 

Cobb, W. C 

Combs, W : 

Couter, P. J 

Condley, W. B 

Crawford, J. L 

Curl, J 

Dacosta, John 

DeBouse, E. D 

Deese, L. B 

Dinkins, B. R 

Douglass, James 

Easton, H. P 

Forsom, John M 

Forsom, Thomas 

Fuqua, L. D 

Fuqua, R 

Godwin. H. O 

Godbolt, J. S 

Greek, William 

Green, W. J 

Griffin, J. S 

Griffin, Thomas C 

Hancock, J. W 

Hancock, S 

Harris, Henry 

Harvey, W. B 

Harvey, Washington H 

Hawthorn, W. A 

Herndon, J. B 

Holmes, William 

Hull. N 

Hurst, F 

Hurst, T. T 



April 9, '65 



April 11, '63 



April 20, '63 



Transferred to Company "H, 

Company. 
Discharged for disability. 



B. L. Reynolds' 



April 20, '63 
April 20, '63 



April 20, '63 



April 20, '63 

April 20, '63 

April 20, '63 

April 20, '63 

April 20, '63 



Transferred to Captain Reynolds' Company. 

31 



Killed at Petersburg, Va., August, '64. 



Feb. 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

.... 'April 9, '65 

lApril 9, '65 

'63 April 9, '65 

lApril 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

'April 9, '65 

April 15, '63 April 9, '65 

'April 9, '65 

lApril 9, '65 

[April 9, '65 

'April 9, '65 

lApril 9, '65 

'April 9, '65 



Sergeant. 

Wounded at Petersburg, Va., September, '64. 
Wounded in foot. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



215 



Roll Company* E — 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Jones, W. L 

Keen, W. R 

Knight, M. A 

Koon, Frederick H 

Langford, J. B 

Langford, L. W 

Liddon, Abraham 

McClellan, William H... 

MeEwing, W. A 

Manning, George W 

Mattair, Downing 

Mott, J. M..." 

Norman. \V 

Ogden, George K 

Owens, W. J 

Parnell, James T 

Parnell, K 

Parnell, T 

Parnell, William King.. 

Prevatt, A. J 

Prevatt, J 

Prevatt, M 

Poer, D. M 

Renfrow, A. S 

Roberts, K 

Roberts, J. K 

Roberts, Nathan 

Roberts, Reuben S 



April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 
April 



'62 



Mch. 4, '63 



Roberts, Stephen W 

Roberts, W T . P 

Roen, John A 

Russell, J. W 

Scott, David 

Scott, J. R 

Shaw, H. D 

Sheppard, Z. F 

Smith, J. L 

Smith, J. W 

Smith, T. J 

Smith, W. H 

Sparkman, S 

Sweat, Allen 

Taylor, H. D. L 

Taylor, James A 



Taylor, James S 

Taylor, William M.. 

Tyler, S. J 

Tvre, Jesse 

Tyre, William H 

Tompkins, Giles 

Walters, J. W 

Waters, Isaac 

Weeks, O. M. D 

Welch, Bryant R 

Wilson, George S 

Wiley, J. J 

Williams, A. T 

Williams, W. P 

Young, E. J 

Youman, M. M 



Feb. 



v,;; 



Feb. 



Feb. 



'63 
'63 



Feb. 1, '63 
May" "i '63 



Feb. 



'63 
'62 



April 9, 



'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 



April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 



April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 



April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 



April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 



Killed in Virginia. 

1st Sergeant. 



Wounded in right hand. 



April 9, '65 



Discharged March, 

Courier. 

Corporal; deserted, 



65 for disability. 
'64. 



April 9. 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 

April 9 
April 



April 9, '65 



Discharged from Captain Roberts' Company, 011 
account of being frost bitten; re-enlisted^ in 
Stewart's Company. 

Transferred to 4th Regiment. 

Transferred from 4th Regiment. 
'65 

'65iSergeant. 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65| 
'65;Transferred from 3rd Battalion. 

Transferred to Reynold's Company and died" of 
disease in hospital at Petersburg, Va., August, 
'64. 

Musician. 

Sergeant; killed at Reams Station. 

Killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, '64. 



April 9, '65 



Corporal; deserted, '64. 



Wounded at Weldon R. R. August 17, '63. 



Corporal; wounded at Cold Harbor and at Peters- 
burg. 

Corporal. 
65|Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, '64. 

Corporal; deserted. 

Transferred to Captain Samuel May's Company, 
"B" Battalion; wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. 
June 3, '64. 



April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 

April 9, 



Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June, '64 and died 
July 30, '64. 

Discharged May '62 for sickness and being under 
age; re-enlisted in A. A. Stewart's Company 
"E," shot at Weldon R. R., Va., August 2, '64. 



Roll Company F — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


'62 
'62 




Wounded and disabled at Olustee February 20, '64 


J. C. DuPree 


April 9, '65 


Promoted Captain March, '64; from 1st Lieu- 


1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenants — 

S. M. Love 


tenant. 
Resigned October 30, '63. 






April 9, '65 





2l6 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — gth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



3rd Lieutenant — 

Dr. Johnson 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adkins, E. A 

Alderman, Hiram 

Baker, Thomas 

Barton, William 

Bates, John 

Caldwell, John M 

Carlton, William T 

Causey, Leighton E 

Cawthorn, George T 

Crosby, W. C 

Driggers, James A 

Driggers, Ed. T 

Driggers, John F 

Drummond, E. L 

Fleming, John F 

Fulford, W. R 

Galbreath, Charles H 

Gaskins, J. J. H 

Gaskins, T. J. H 

Gill, Joseph 

Goodson, A 

Green, W. J 

Harper, M 

Holmes, Daniel 

Johnson, W. W 

Madden, Patrick 

Mann, James A 

Marsh, J. J 

Peterson, G. W 

Price, Laban 

Redding, W. H 

Register, Ivy 

Rivers, Thomas 

Sharouse, Israel 

Shaver, D. M 

Sill, Joseph 

Smith, J. F. Sr 

Smith, J. F. Jr 

Saunders, Z. M 

Terrell, James 

Thompson, W. L 

Vogt, D. A 

Waits, Calvin 

Webb, J. B 



Feb. 

Feb. 
Aug. 
April 



'62 

'62 
'62 
'63 



'63 

'62 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 18, '61 

'63 

Mch. '63 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Feb. 16, '62 



Mch. 



'62 



Mch. 4, '63 
Sept. '64 

Jan. '62 



Aug. 18, '64 



Mch. 
Feb. 



April 9, '65 



July 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 



Resigned. 

Wounded at Seven Days' battle, Va. 



Shot at Petersburg, Va., August. '64 • 

Slightly wounded twice. 

Shot at Appomattox Court House April 7, '65. 



Wounded at Petersburg, Va., July 15, '64. 

Discharged for disability. 
Killed in battle, '64. 
Discharged for disability, '64. 



Died of measles at Lake City, Fla., April 15, '64. 
Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 22, '64. 



'62 
July 27. '63 



April 
April 
April 
April 



9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 

9, '65 



Killed at Olustee February 20, '64. 



Accidentally shot at Camp Finnegan, Fla., Novem- 
ber 7, '63; promoted 2nd Corporal. 



Roll Company G — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

S. M. G. Garv 


'62 

'62 










rank of 1st Lieutenant. 


1st Lieutenants — 




then Captain, wounded at Seven Pines May 31 
'62; Olustee, February 20, '64 and at Reams 
Station June 3, '64. 










2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

E. D. Williams 


'62 
June '63 




Johnson's Island, N. Y. where he died in '64. 
Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62, Olustee 


ENLISTED MEN. 




February 20, '64; discharged. 








Beasley, J. F 
























Brown, E. F 


Mch. 16, '64 
April '64 
April 20, '63 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 










Transferred to Company "K" 1st Reserves. 


Carter, J. W 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



217 



Roll Company G — 9th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Dean, Thadeus R 

Dugger, Robinson B. 

Fant, Valentine 

Frink. Albert H 

Goin, S. M 

Goolsbv, Peter 

Hall, John W 

Hudgens, H. H 

Kilgore, S. H 

Long, M. C 

McGrath, W. J 

McKinney, G. W 

Marston, John W 

Martin, John U 

Milligard, C 

Morgan, T. D 

Moorman, W. P 

Noble, Jesse 

Perkins, Henry 

Plummer. Joseph 

Potts, Allen 

Roberson, Charles A 

Russell, William 

Savage 

Shaw, Henry R 

Smith, Solomon 

Spearing, 

Tanner, T. R 



Tison. George W 

Thompson. William L 

Turnipseed, E. A 

Wallace, Thomas J 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 



'62 



Sept. 
Mch.' 



April 18, '62 



'62 
Mch. 4, '64 
Feb. 19, '63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Mch. 



'62 



REMARKS. 



Killed at Olustee February 20, '64. 



2nd Sergeant; deserted. 

Killed at Cold Harbor, Va. 

Wounded at Reams Station June 3, '64. 



Oct. '63 

Mch. '63 

June 3, '63April 9, 

Mch. 15, '63l 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 

April 9, '65iLost left leg in service. 
April 9, '65 
'65 1 
.... Discharged from prison June 27, '65. 

Lost arm at Antietam, Md., September 17, '62. 

Shot at Cold Harbor, Va., June 19, '64. 

Sergeant. 



April 9, 
April 9, 



April 9, 
April 9, 



April 9, '65 



Sergeant. 

Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, '64, and 

died June 30, '64. 
Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 

1st Sergeant; killed in battle. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, .64, and died 
from effects of wounds March 20, '64. 



Roll Company H — 9th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — . 

B. L. Reynolds 


Feb. 


'62 
63 




Killed at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain, 
ferred to Company "H" October, '63. 

Resigned January 5, '65. 

In command of Company at surrender. 

Shot at Petersburg, '63; White House, Vs 

gust 5, '65. 
Wounded at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 

Killed January 4, '64. 

Wounded at Cold Harbor June 6, '64. 

Cantured at Howard's Grove, Va., and he] 

July 2, 65. 
Wounded at Gaines" Farm June 10, '64. 

Wounded at Olustee, '64. 










1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenants — 

W. W. McCall 






A. J. Prevatt 




April 


9, '65 

62 




3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


April 


'64 






April 


9, '65 








Caldwell, John M 








Cobb, William C 


Sept. 1, 


- 63 


April 


9, '65 












63 








Dees L. B 






Dukes Silas E 


Mch. 15, 
Aug. 

Sept. 


'62!.... 




d until 




'63 
'63 








April 
April 
April 
April 
April 


9, '65 
20,. '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 
9, '65 




Polk, F. R 




Predatt, E. M 
























Weeks, 0. M. D 


June 
Oct. 


'61 




White, William H 


'63 A]. Til 





218 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I — 9th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John McNeil 



E. E. Hill.. 



William L. Frierson.. 
1st Lieutenant — 

William J. Baker 

2nd Lieutenants — 

James McNeil 

Ford Finnegan 



3rd Lieutenant — 

G. E. Kellam 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Barry, E. E... 

Gaskins, Lewis 

Giddens, Andrew J 

Giddens, Ezekiel J 

Jackson, Thomas B 

Kellam, W. W 

Lang, William M 

McKinnon, Christopher W. 

Merritt, William 

Mobley, Byrd 

Morris, James E 

Overstreet, G. W 

Safford, W. D 

Smith, Allen 

Smith, A. H 

Stafford, Samuel Y 

Vaughn, Jonathan 

Wells, George W 

Wilder, A. J 

Williams, John W 

Wilson, Thomas J 



MUSTERED 



'62 



'62 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Sept. 
July 



(12 
'62 



July 25, '63 
Dec. 20, '62 



Mch. '62 

Mch. 15, '62 



Jan. '63 

Sept 1, '63 

'62 

'62 



Mch. 



'61 
'63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



REMARKS. 



Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64 and dis- 
abled. 

1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain; killed at 
Reams Station June 30, '64. 

Promoted Lieutenant; then Captain. 

Resigned. 



In command of the Company. 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; '64, 
ant. 



from 3rd Lieuten- 



9, '65 

9, '65 Lost his right arm. 

9, '65l 

9, '65 Lost arm at Cold Harbor June 5, 

9, '65 



'01. 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Culpepper Court House May 6, '64. 
Shot at Reams Station August 21, '64. 
Teamster. 

Killed at Fredericksburg. 

Paroled June 1/65 from hospital in Va. 



Roll Company K — 9th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Jacob C. Eichelberger . 



1st Lieutenant — 

James Porter Smith.. 
2nd Lieutenant — 

Henry W. Long 

3rd Lieutenants — 

Joseph Caldwell 

G. H. Grimes 



Sept, 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 

Sept. 4, '63 



N. G. V. Grinner. 



Sept. 4, '63 



ENLISTED MEN 



Bateman, A. H 

Blount, S. J. C 

Brown, E 

Brown, John M 

Carrol, Ben B 

Crews, • •■■ 

Crowson, J. W. S... 
Eichelberger, A. L.. 

Forbes, H. B 

Frink, M. P 

Geiger, Elias 

Goin, Aaron 

Hilthouse, W. H 



April 



'62 



May 10, '61 



Sept. 4, '63 
Sept. 4, '63 



Sept. 7. '63 
Sept. 4, '63 



Howard, Wiley Sept. 3, 

Hudgens, Henry H |Sept. 4, 

King, James N 

Luffman, W. H 

McDermott, Hiram 

McDonald, Edward 

McDonald, J. R 



'03 



Nov. 



'03 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Captured near Baldwin, Fla., February, '64; sent 
to Johnson's Island, N. Y., where he remained 
until the close of war. 



Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 

Resigned, '63 or '64. 

Corporal; promoted 3rd Lieutenant for gallant 

conduct at Olustee. 
1st Corporal; promoted 3rd Lieutenant for gallant 

conduct at Olustee. 



Corporal. 
Sergeant, 



2nd Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Captured April 1, '65, carried to Point Lookout; 

paroled from there July ,'65. 
Lost right arm at Cold Harbor. 
2nd Sergeant, 
Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 



Wounded at Olustee February 22, '64; Cold Har- 
bor June, '64. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



219 



Roll Company K — 9th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Osteen, Orlando 

Owen, W. J 

Parish, John E 

Prevatt, L. M 

Proctor, John 

Pyles, Thomas W 

Roberts, James 

Sapp 

Smith, Solomon 

Smith, Welba 

Wallace, Thomas J. 

Warren, Josiah 

Waters, John 

Waters, Thomas C. 
Witt, 



Sept. 4, '63 



Oct. '63 

'62 

Sept. '62 



Sept. 4, '62 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Sept. 4, '62 



April 26, '65 



Oct. 7, '62 

'62 

Oct. '62 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26. '65 



1st Sergeant. 



Shot at Olustee February 20, '64. 



Sergeant. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64; died March 
20, '64. 

Wounded at Weldon R. R. 
Sergeant. 



TENTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The 10th Regiment was composed of the 1st Battalion, Captains J. C. 
Richard, Co. A; C. J. Jenkins, Co. B; William P. Frink, Co. C; Thomas E. 
Buckman, Co. D; William H. Kendrick, Co. E; Wash W. Scott, Co. F; and 
four companies from the 2nd Battalion, commanded by Captains Sam W. 
May, Co. G; John O. Stewart, Co. H John Westcott. Co. I, and Marion J. 
Clark, Co. K. The Regiment was commanded by Lieut. -Col. Charles Hop- 
kins, promoted Colonel; Capt. Wash W. Scott promoted to L eutenant-Colonel, 
and John Westcott promoted Major. Up to April 2, 1865, when General 
Lee's lines were broken, the stories of the 9th, 10th and nth Regiments are 
almost identical in their general features The 10th Florida surrendered at 
Appomatox 18 officers and 154 men. 



Roll, Field and Staff— 10th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT 


REMARKS. 


Colonel — 


'02 April 9, '65 
'62 Anril Q. '65 




lieutenant-Colonel — 

W. W. Scott 


close of war. 


Majors — 


'62 
'62 

'62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 








Surgeon — 

W. J. D. Danzler 




Assistant Surgeon — 
M. J. D. Danzler 




Adjutant — 


•62 
'62 
'62 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 




Sergeant-Ma jor — 




Quartermaster — 
B. F. Solee 




Commissary — 
Quartermaster-Sergeant — 




Commissary-Sergeants — 
Chaplain — 
Hospital Steward — 







220 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company A — ioth Florida Infantry. 



NAME8. i 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








ist Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenants — 

R. B. Subrent 








H. N. Richard 








3rd Lieutenants — 






discharged at Appomattox April 9, '65. 

Deserted at Camp Finnegan. 
Discharged at Appomattox April 9, '65. 














ENLISTED MEN. 

Adam. J. W 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 






Sept. 
Sept. 


'61 
'61 
















April 


'64 


April 


9. 


'65 


Wounded at Petersburg, Va., July 30, '64. 






May 12, 


'62 




Wounded at High Bridge, Va., April 1, '65. 
Wounded at St. John's Bluff, '63. 






Beasley, B. S 


Sept. 14, 


'61 


April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 


Corporal. 


Beaslev. M. R 


Benton. T. F 














Bennett, R. H 
















Boothe, E 










Feb. 15, 


'63 


June 

April 


6, 
9, 


'65 
'65 


Captured at Petersburg, Va., September 10, '64; 










Brvant, T. C 








Campbell. F. F 












April 


9, 


'65 








Killed at Petersburg, Va. 










April 


'63 


April 


9, 


'65 


Wounded in Virginia. 


Cate, T. H 


Cate. H. C 










Sept. 


'61 


April 


9, 


'65 


Wounded at Olustee, Fla., February 20, '64. 






















Nov. 
Nov. 


'62 
'61 




Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 20, '64. 






Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 20, '64. 


Deas, H 




Dees, Miles C 




















April 


9, 


'63 
'65 










Diog, M. C 






Dukes. Silas E 








Durden, T. J 


Sept. 3, 


'62 




Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 


Eddy. William F 




Edge, A. J 
















Elks, Thomas S 
























Forsvthe. F. M 




April 


9, 


'65 




Forsythe, J. V 






Forsythe, M. I 








Forsvthe. William T 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 








































Hall. Elisha 










Sept. 25, 


'61 




























Hodge, R. C 










Sept. 28, 


'til 


April 


9, 


'65 








Hosford. R. F 










'62 








April 


9, 


'65 












Sept. 


'61 


April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 














Jones, James T 


Sept. 1, 


'61 


April 


9. 


'65 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



221 



Roll Company A — ioth Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 

OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Jones, T. J 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 


Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 
Lost left eye. 

From hospital in Va. 

Shot in Virginia. 

Wounded at Crater near Petersburg July, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Died in hospital at Savannah, Ga., '64. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 

Appointed Assistant Surgeon of 2nd Regim 
Cavalry; Colonel Smith, and served as such 
til war ended. 

Sergeant. 

Re-enlisted in Captain Maxwell's Company. 

Wounded at St. John's Bluff, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant; deserted. 

Discharged for disability September 9, '64. 
Captured and imprisoned at Newport News, 
Shot at Petersburg, Va., '63. 

Corporal. 

Died at Tallahassee April, '62; of pneumonia. 




Kelley. J. G 






Kelley, Wesley W 










April 


9, 


r.fi 










Kennedy, B. K 
















Landing, Thomas P 


'61 






Lewis, Richard F 


April 
April 

April 


9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 

'05 




Long, J. V 






MeGIin, H 












Malphurs, James E 


Mch. 


'62 


July 
April 


1, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Masturs, C. P 




Minton, J. T 






Moore, James A 








Moore, J. W 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 






May 


'62 




Muller, C. P 




Murphy, T. M 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 










Nobles, John 






Nobles, J. T 








Nobles, Isam 


Sept. 18, 


'62 


April 


9, 


'65 




Padgett, William 




Parker. Mathew 


'62 

'62 


April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Pomar. Peter 




Pool, Samuel 




Poour, A 








Prescott, J. D 


June 


'62 


April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 

'65 




Prevatt, J. K 




Price. H. G 






Revels, William E 








Richburg, Isaac 




April 


9, 


'65 




Richard. H. M 






Riggs. J. M 










July 


'64 






Robinson, L. M 






Robinson, J. R 








Sever. J. N 


Sept. 


'62 


April 


9, 


'65 




Simms, Edward 








April 


9, 


'65 




Simrns, W. A 






Smith, A. P. Dr 


'62 


April 


9, 


'65 




Smith, S. E 




Smith, William H 








Smvthe. W. J 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
•65 




Stobie, W. W 






Strickland, R 














Strickland, E. M 








Subrent, F. L 












April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 

'65 




Sullivan. Henrv M 


June 


'61 




Sutton, J. W 














April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Tidwell, John C 


'63 




Trueluck. J. F 






'61 


April 


9, 


'65 












April 


9, 


'65 










West, John M 








West, W. S 


Mch. 1, 


'62 


April 


9, 


'65 








White. R. F 








White, Thaddeus 


Feb. 


'61 
'62 
'63 






Williams, John R 


April 
April 
April 


09. 

9, 
9, 


'65 

'65 
'65 


Vi 




















April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 

'Ofi 






Sept. 


'61 









222 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company B — ioth Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Charles J. Jenkins 

ist Lieutenants — 

Henry Stephens 

John Hatcher 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Samuel K. Collins 

V. R. Collins 

3rd Lieutenants — 

James Blalock 

John B. Stallings 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Arnold, Daniel 

Arnold. Frank 

Arnold, Perry 

Arnold, Redding 

Arnold, Samuel 

Ayers, Frank 

Barnard, 

Bass, Moses 

Blair, William 

Blalock, Jefferson 

Blalock, Thomas 

Blount, Samuel 

Boyd, Macon 

Bradshaw, John 

Cason, Harley 

Cason, Henry 

Cheshire, Richard 

Corn well, George 

Cribbs, Darrell J 

Cribbs, Jordan 

Cribbs, Owen B 

Cribbs, Thomas 

Culpepper, Benjamin 

Curlbreth. Obediah 

Curlbreth. Thomas C 

Daniels. Elias 

Dease, Mathew 

Downing, Elk 

Downing, William 

Farnell, Daniel 

Green, Daniel D 

Green, James 

Hardee, Cornelius 

Hardee, Isaac 

Hardee, Joseph H 

Harrison, Thomas B 

Hogans, Edward 

Hogans, Samuel 

Hogans, Tiny 

Hogarty, John 

Horn, Eli C 

Horn, Mallory 

Horn. Simeon 

Hudgens 

Hunter, Luke 

Jackson. Andrew 

Jackson, Henry 

Jackson, Dock 

Jackson, James 

Jackson, Rufus 

Jackson, Thomas 

Jackson, William 

Kendriek, James 

Knight, Jonathan 

Knight John 

Lamb. William 

Lee, Palmer 

McCall, Jesse 

McCall, Joel 

McCall, Thomas 



Mch. 



'62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Killed at Cold Harbor. 

Retired at reorganization. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant. 



Surrendered, 2nd Lieutenant. 
Retired at reorganization. 



1st Corporal. 



2nd Sergeant. 



Wounded at Petersburg. 



May 2, '62 May '65 

May 2, '62 May '65 

May 2, '62iMay '65 

May 2, '62;May '65 



Sept. 1, '61 



Sept. '61 



Mch. 21, '62 



McCormiek, Mathew 

McCormick. 

McNeal 

Matthis, Dock 

Mobley. Hardee 

Ogelsby, Frank 

Ogelsby, Jani"s 

Ogelsby, John 

< Igelsby, Marion.. 
Padgett, George 



5th Sergeant. 

Wounded at Olustee, Fla. 

Wounded at Petersburg, Va., June 19, '64. 

3rd Sergeant. 



Shot at Petersburg December, '64; captured and 
paroled from prison at Newport News June 21, 
'65. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



223 



Roll Company B — 10th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

IN. OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Powell, George W 

Prayther, J. Y 

Prather, Pope 

Prather, William 

Register, Abe 

Register, Chester A.... 

Register, David 

Register, Francis 

Register, Samuel 

Register, William 

Roebuck, Willis 

Rollins, Robert 

Scott, George A. K 

Seavens. Fielding 

Shaw, Crawford 

Shaw, D.ensey 

Shaw Elbert 

Shaw, Greenberr> 

Sharp, Thomas M 

Shiver, Bonaparte 

Shiver, Green 

Smith, Gabriel 

Smith, Wilder 

Starling, Jasper 

Stevens. Floy 

Thompson, Edward... 

Wilson, 

Wilson 

Woods, Pleasant 

Woods, William 

Woods 

Woodward, Mathew.. 
Zipperer, T. J 



Aug. '61 



April 9, '05 



Apri, 9, '65 



Mch. 



•62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



2nd Sergeant; transferred to Signal Corps; 
wounded four times, twice seriously. 



Shot at Weldon R. R. August 25, '64. 
Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 



4th Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Roll Company C — 10th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William P. Frink 

Edwin West 

1st Lieutenant — 

George Robinson 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Alexander A. Stewart 

S. <l. Burk 

3rd Lieutenants — 

J. L. Morgan 

H. A. Blount .'... 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, J. J 

Allen, R. H 

Allison, J. W 

Allison. R. F 

Anderson, William 

Averitt, J. M 

Barr, J. A 

Blackman, Joab 

Blair, W. W 

Bohanon, John 

Bohannon, W 

Brown, F. J 

Brown, Jesse 

Brown, Mathew 

Bryant, T. J 

Bryan, J. W 

Bullock, Josiah 

Burke, W, W 

Burge, W. G 

Burnham, William 

Cannon. E, M 

Cannon, T. C 

Cannon, S. H 

Carraway, Joseph 

Carruth, J. L 

Chamberlain, John 

Cheshire, W 



Promoted Captain from 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant. 

Resigned. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; died, '64. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; died while at home on 
furlough. 



June 



'til 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Corporal. 



Promoted 2nd Sergeant. 



1st Sergeant. 



April 9. '65 



224 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Coker, J. M 




April 9, '65 


















Cribbs, D. L 












April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 

Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Cold Harbor 
June 3, '64. 










Davis, C. A 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
July '64-'65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 












Oct. '61 


Re-enlisted in Quincey Stewart's Company. 








Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 


















April 9, '65 














April 9, '65 










Fields, W. H 








Fishbon, E. C 








Fishbon, W. F 








Frink, G. W 






Sergeant. 


Gibbs, William M 






Gill, Edward 




April 9, '65 




Gill. John 




Wounded severely near Petersburg.Va., March, '65. 








Green, D. D 












April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 


















i 










Hodges, R. C 






Promoted 1st Sergeant. 








Hodges, T. W 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 






Sept. 6, '61 


Wounded in shoulder April 7, '61 at Sailor's Creek, 
Va. 












































Keith, J. E 








Lee. H. W 
























McGauley, D < 








Monk, H 












"" 


















Corporal. 
Sergeant. 


Parrish, G. V 












Parrott, W. O 






















Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Company "A,"J10th 


Stewart. A. W 














Wadsworth, J. \V 
































Wishard, W. H 

































Roll Company D — ioth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 








Thomas M. Mickler 






Promoted Captain; from 2nd Lieutenant. 










Promoted Adjutant from 1st Lieutenant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLOR DA. 



225 



Roll Company D — 10th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



E. Martin 

2nd Lieutenant — 

W. B. Ratcliff .., 

3rd Lieutenant — 

John M Taylor 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, J. W 

Adams. Joseph W 

Barber, John 

Blaloek, T. F 

Booth, John 

Booth, Benjamin 

Bronson, G. W 

Brown, A 

Brown, John 

Case, John 

Clark, T. W 

Clark, Wesly 

Clemens, James C 

Clements, J. C 

Clements, J. G 

Conner. A. S 

Cooper, Isam 

Cooper, Robert 

Crews, A 

Crews, D. W 

Crews, H. C 

Crews. Samuel 

Darling, John J 

Deas, F. P 

Davis, W. M 

Diog, M. C 

Douglass, Elisha 

Evers, Jesse 

Eveloth, E 

Ferrand, Stephen W 

Fowler, Moses 

Gilson, George 

Gilson, John 

Geifford, William 

Geiger, John A 

Grey, Charles H 

Griffiths, C. B 

Haisten, William J 

Hannerhan, E 

Hanhaw, B. D 

Hardee. Joseph 

Hernandez, A 

Humphries, Charles D 

Humphreys, William 

Hunter. Hiram 

Hutchins, William 

Ingerville, James 

Johnson, William L 

Johnson, James 

Keene, Joseph B 

Kennedy, James 

Knowles, A. J 

Knowles, George 

Knowles, T. A 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Feb. 



'62 



A] ril 9. '6.5 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Sept, 27, '61 



Lewis, M. D 

MeCabe, James M 

McGowan, D. L 

McGowan, J. N 

McLaws, John K 

Mickler, Daniel 

Mickler, John H 

Mickler, Peter T 

Mickler, Robert 

Mickler. Samuel G... 

Morris, W. C 

Munson, W 

Oliver, William 

Owens, W. J 

Parker, Simon 

Parker, William 

Parmenter, D. M 

Price, Davis 

Ratcliff, Carter 

Ratcliff, W. B 

Roe. John T 

Scarborough, W. A.. 
Sessions, Joseph 



Oct. 11, '61 



Mch. 4. '61 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Promoted 1st Lieutenant; from 3rd and Second. 



Corporal. 

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 

Wounded at Chattahooche River July, '63. 
2nd Corporal; wounded at Farmville, Va. 

Corpora!. 



April 9, '65 



Musician. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Oct, 14, '61 
Mch. '63 



Dec. 



•01 



April 15, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Wounded at Fernandina June, '62 and discharged! 
re-enlisted in Ordnance Department. 

Wounded at Olustee February, 20, '64. 



Discharged for disability. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded in head and foot in Vr., '6? 

Sergeant. 



Captured, '64, and imprisoned at Hilton Head 

S. C, until close of war. 
Wounded at Turkey Ridge, Va., 15, '64. 
1st Sergeant. 
Wounded by R. R. cars May 1, '64. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Corporal. 



2nd Sergeant. 



Promoted Sergeant, 



April 9, '65 3rd Corporal. 
Mch. 4, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Cold Harbor May 5, '62. 



226 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Sharpton, A. M 

Shepherd, William A.. 

Smith, David 

Smith, Isaac 

Smith, Joseph 

Sowell, John V :.... 

Stukey, James 

Summerall, T. J 

Summerall, Henry 

Sweat, Alfred 

Sykes, Joseph.. 

Thompson, E. F 

Thompson, James 

Tracy, W. Irvin 

Turner, Owin 

Tucker, Willoughby. .. 

Tyre, John 

Varnes, W. A 

Whittle, J. N 

Wilkerson, A 

Wilkerson, Bryant 

Wilkerson, E 

Wilkerson, John 

Willis, Joseph 

Williams, George J 

Wince, George C 

Worth, Wilson 



Roll Company D — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Shot at Cold Harbor June 3, '64 and died in hos- 
pital at Richmond, Va. 



Wounded by R. R. accident at Ta'lahassee, Fla. 

March 10, '62. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 



1st Corporal. 
Musician. 



Corporal. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 



Roll Company E — ioth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains— 

W. H. Kendrick 








B. 0. Grenard 






Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to Captain; 


ist Lieutenants — 

W. W. Kellam 






wounded at Cold Harbor. 




'61 


April 




'65 


Promoted 1st Lieutenant; lost left arm at Hatch- 




er's Run, Va., October 28, '64. 
Promoted 1st Lieutenant; lost right leg at Peters- 


2nd Lieutenant — 






burg, Va., '64. 


3rd Lieutenants — 
D. C. Cook 




April 


9, 


'65 




E. A. Hill. .. 




Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 


ENLISTED MEN. 
















Barber, W. W 
















Bell, W. P 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 

'65 




Black, N. R. G 






Blue, A 


'61 




Buck. R 






Calvert, J. D 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 






Sept. '61 








Clifton, G. W . .. 








Colbert, W. P 








Crum. T. L . 










Sept. 15, '31 


April 


9, 


'65 




Dann, E. S . 






























'62 






Fussell, B 


















April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
















Gillis, M 






















Gough, J. H 








Grant, L. G. .. 








Hall, D. K 






1st Sergeant; discharged, over age. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



227 



Roll Company E — 10th Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Hamilton, Auswell T 
Harris, W . S 

Hiatt. G 

Hodges, J. S 

Hutchinson, Joseph .... 



Hutchinson, L. B.... 

Ivey, James 

Ivev. \V. H 

John-. B 

Johns, C 

Johns, Levi Martin 
Johnson, David B... 

Johns. T 

Jones, W 

Jowers, John H 

Kellum, Amassa 

Kellum, R 

Lamb, Hiram W 

Lancaster. B. F 

Law. S. B 

Lee, E 

Lee, Jesse 

Lee. J. H 

Lindsay, M 

Loner, J 

Lyons, P 

MeDavid, A 

McEndin, W 
McLaughlin, J. H 

Mansell. James 

Meredith, A. J 

Mitchell, J 

Miller, Timothy 

Minis H. S 

Monroe, James 

Monroe, P 

Monroe, S 

Newberry. H 

Oxner, S. J 

Patrick, W. W 

Prescoat, T 

Prevatt, J. S 

Ratcliff. J. F 

Rawlins, Robert 

Richard, H. N 

Roberts, R. R 

Roe, J 

Royster, S. W 
Savage, John 

Savage. R 

Savage, Robert 

Shiver, D 

Silvester, E 

Simmons, W 

Smith, A. H 

Smith, C 

Solomons, W 

Speer, Arthur A 

Sumner. James 

Thomas, B. F 

Thomas, B. R 

Tiner, S 

Turner, J 

Underhill, H 

White, W. M 

Wilkerson, H 

Williams. J 

Wilson S 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Sept. 26, '62 A] ril 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



June 



'62 

'62 April 9, '65 



Men. '62 

Sept."" 1, '61 



1',, . 



'61 



April 9, '65 



A 1 ril 9. '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Sept. 



'61 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '6. r / 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

Arjril 9. '65 

April 9, '65 



1st Corporal. 



Wounded at Petersburg October 27, '64; pro- 
moted Sergeant. 

Wi.unded twice at Ream's Station, Va., August 
21, '64. 



Corporal. 

Shot at Cold Harbor June 3, '64; promoted 1st 
Sergeant. 

Was blown up by a shell which passed under feet 

at Richmond, Va., '64. 
2nd Sergeant. 
Wounded at Olustee by spent ball. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Died of disease in the hospital at Lake City, '64. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Wounded severely at Olustee, Fla., February 20, 
'64. 



Roll Company F — 10th Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Wash W. Scott 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Promoted Colonel of the 10th Florida on the for- 
mation of that Regiment under Southern Con- 
federacy. 



228 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



John H. Ellis 

ist Lieutenants — 

William B. Wimberly.. 

Thomas O. Stewart 

2nd Lieutenant — 

O. Williams 

3rd Lieutenants — 

A. Elerson 

H. W. Pooser 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, James M 

Adams, J. W 

Adderhold, John 

Allen, J. T 

Allison, Robert F 

Ayers Asa 

Ayers, Ben 

Ayers, John 



April 9, '65 



Ayers, W. M 

Barnes, James 

Beanen, John 

Bennett, James 

Bennett, John 

Benton, Richard 

Berry, Edward G 

Bigham, Samuel 

Blalock, T. F 

Brinkley W. B 

Burnett, F 

Burton, George 

Bush, M. D 

Bush, Marscue 

Bush William R 

Cason, A 

Cason, Benjamin 

Cam;>bell, R 

Cato, Homer C 

Cato, T. C 

Cato. T. H 

Chessir, Daniel 

Cline, George N 

Cole, Edward 

Colson, John 

Colson, Thomas W. 

Colson, W. H 

Corbin, John 

Conner, Alfred 

Cruise. C. B 

Darden, J 

Davis. E. M 

Davis, A. H 

Davis, Robert M 

Davis, R. F 

Davis, W. M 

Deason, John 

Dees, C. A 

Downing, Henry T 

Downing, James 

Downing, Josenh 

Ellis, Thomas S 

Farmer, James M 

Fitts. Henry 

Fleming, Dominick. 

Fletcher, J. B 

Fletcher, Peter 

Fletcher, William 

Gamble, John 

Goodru'i, Simon 

Goodrich, A. S 

Gorie. Jerome 

Hagin. John 

Hagin, Morrison 

Hale, Thomas 

Hart, J 

Hart, Thomas 

Heath, Frank 

Holland. C. M 

Hogue, I 

Huggins, ,ienry 

Huggins, John 

Huggins, Martin 

Huggins - , W 

Jackson, J. F 



Sept. 15, '62 



'64 
April 9, '65 



Aug. 24, '64 



July 



'62 



Promoted Captain from 2nd Lieutenant; died dur- 
ing the war. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Promoted Lieutenant. 

Promoted 3rd Lieutenant from 1st Sergeant. 



Discharged for disability. 

Wounded by accident on way to Olustee Februarv 

15, '64. 
Died at Alum Bluff, Fla., Dec. 16, '62. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '64. 



Quartermaster-Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 



April 9. '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Killed at Olustee. 



Wounded near Petersburg February 5, '63. 
Wounded at Gaines' Farm, Va,. July, '64. 



1st Corporal. 



2nd Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



229 



Roll Company F — 10th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Jones, James T 

Long, Jesse 

Lowman, George W 

McAaliby, John D 

McDonell, Perceval 

McGee, James 

McLin, Jerome N 

McLin, N. B 

Malphus, James 

Mickel, Allen 

Miekel, Solomon 

Mickler, T. M 

Moody, F. D. A 

Moody, James A 

Moore, A. J 

Money, Alfred 

Money, I. A 

Mott, Benjamin 

Mott, W. W 

Oliver, Alfred 

Oneal, Douglass 

Overstreet, J. C 

Pendarvis, Daniel B 

Penderois, E. L 

Penderois, I. B 

Perry, John 

Pitts, James 

Pooser, A. E 

Pooser, A 

Power, Edward R 

Renfroe, Green 

Ritter, William H 

Ruvers, William 

Russell, A. W 

Sanchez, F. R 

Sanchez, H. H 

Sanchez, John G 

Scarborough, Mathew W. 

Sessions, A. M. R 

Sessions, S. T 

Shepherd, J. C 

Shirley, Andrew J 

Shirley, I 

Shirley, John 

Spires, R 

Smith, Henry 

Smith, H. T.. 

Smith, W. W 

Stanly, John R 

Steverson, Samuel 

Stuart. James M 

Stroble, D. A 

Summerlin, A. J 

Summerlin, D. I 

Sweat, Thomas W 

Swiney, Thomas 

Tidwell, Charles K 

Tindale, Hill S 

Tindale, Henry 

Tindale, Samuel 

Tucker, R. S 

Tucker, Samuel C 

Vaughn, John 

Vaughn, Willis 

Wadsworth, V. E 

Walker, G 

Walker, V 

Whitehurst. f. L 

Wiggins, Burrel 

Wilkerson, James 

Woodland, James 

Woodland, Joseph 

Wynn, Ashbey 



MU8TEHED 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Sept. 



'01 



Feb. 13, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



Promoted Sergeant; wounded in '64. 



Sergeant. 
1st Sergeant. 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 



Wounded at Petersburg June, '64. 
Musician 

Wounded at Olustee February 20, '64. 

2nd Corporal. 

Corporal; killed in service. 
Corporal. 



Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded at 
Weldon. 



Sergeant. 



Shot at Weldon R. R. Va., August 21, '64. 



Corporal. 

Died February 20, '64. 

1st Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '"'65 



Wounded at Gaines' Farm May, '63; Va., also at 
Weldon R. R. August 21, '64. 



Died of consumption November, '64. 



Roll Company G — 10th Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



OFFICERS. 

"Captain — 

Samuel W. Mays 




230 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued )J 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


1st Lieutenants — 






Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieuten 
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Imprisoned ac Fort Delaware. 
Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Lost leg at Petersburg, Va., 26, '64; died Au 
6, '64. 

Wounded at Cold Harbor. Va., sent to bus 
June 3, '64, and died July 3, '64. 

Sergeant. 
Corporal. 












2nd Lieutenant — 




\pril 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 




3rd Lieutenant — 






ENLISTED MEN. 










May 


• '65 






































April 
April 


9, '65, 

9, '65 




Beresford, W. W 






Blount, William B 






Boiling R. T 




April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 








































Darlev J. F 




April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 
















Dean H. H 




April 

April 


9, '65 
9, '65 






































?ust 






April 


9, '65 














April 


9, '65 










Geiger Eli W 








Gillen Robert 


























' 




ital 






















April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 








































Hvnson, P. N 












































April 
April 


9, '65 
9, '65 




Kirkland, S. D .'. 




























Lucas, W. H 




April 


9, '65 


















MrElvv, Daniel R 




April 


9, '65 














April 


9, '65 


















Mott. Riehaid 
















Nettles, John 
















































Owens, William J. W 




















































April 


9, '6c 




Revels, William R 















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



231 



Roll Company G — 10th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 








Corporal. 

Died in hospital at Lake City 
'63.' 

Sergeant. 
Corporal. 








...April 9, '65 






Aug. '62 


April 9, '65 




Russell, Charles B 




































Stafford, R. F 
































Temples, G. W 










July '62 




of measles May 10 


Thompson, D. W 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 






















Walker, James B 








Walker, Samuel H 








Wheeler, R. J 








Wilds, Nathaniel 








Wilds, Spieer B 




















April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Wright, Abner 







Roll Company H — 10th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Resigned. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 
Surrendered 2nd Lieutenant. 

Resigned January 5, '61. 

Promoted Sergeant. 
Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Sergeant. 

Disability. 
Sergeant. 




1st Lieutenants — 

F. M. Selph 
















2nd Lieutenants — 








A. E. Willard 




April 9. '65 




3rd Lieutenant — 

D. M. Stewart 






ENLISTED MEN. 








Blalock, J. S 
























Brinklev. W. B 








Brown, D. C 
































Brown. J. V 












Oct. '63 




Brvan, T. J 






Bush. W. L 












April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Chambers, J. W 












Clark. T. S 








Cook, J. J 
























Currv. J. C 
















Davis, H. L 
























Dicks, T. D 




















April 9, '65 










Duke, G. F 








Faircloth, B 
















Ferrin, G. L 
















Ferrin. S. W 









232 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Foster, James, Sr 

Foster, J. M 

Futch, E. M 

Gaylard, J. W 

Gailliard, J. Lawrence. 

Green, J. O 

Graham, Thomas 

Grisson, J. L 

Hall, E 



Hane, Urban H. 



Harris, Henry H 

Herrington, W. M 

Herndon, Charles 

Herndon, Daniel 

Hooker, Stephen J. L.. 

Howard, J. C 

Hull, William B 

Humphries, R. A 

Hunter,. R. H 

Hutchinson, M. M 

Johns, Mathew 

Johnson, Stephen 

Jones, G. J 

Keen, J. B 

Keen, J. J 

Knight, John 

Knight, J. R. C 

King, J. B 

Lane, B. A 

Landford 

Lee, James 

Lewis, J. S 

Lowe, J. T 

McColors, O 

McGraudev, William.. 

Mann, H. H 

Marlow. J. S 

Mickler, V, 7 . J 

Mixon, W. W 

Morgan, B. L 

Morgan, W. L 

Moseley, H. H 

Newborn, Alfred 

Nobles A 

Padgett, Henry 

Patterson, John 

Reeves, David 

Roberts, N. H 

Robinson, C 

Ruff, H. B 

Ruff, S. A 

Sapp, John 

Saunders, A. G 

Shirley, C 

Slater, J 

Smith, M. B 

Starling, W. R 

Stewart, A. A 

Stokes, Henry: 

Sweenev, Thomas 

Tice, W. H 

Truelock, H. H 

Tompkins, Donald 

Tompkins, Giles 

Tison, Adam 

Tvson, William H 

Tucker, E. A 

Tucker, W. J 

Tyner, Edward 

Underwood, W. H 

Wadsworth W. B 

Warren William 

Waters, Isaac 

Williams, A 

Williams, E 

Williams, James 

Williams, W. P 

Wilkerson, Charlton.. 

Yelvington, Aarcn 

Young, J. E 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Mch. 8, '63 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Aug. 1, '62 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Aug. '62 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9 '65 
April" "9," ''65 



Wounded at Jacksonville, Fla., February 24, '63. 
Discharged June 29, '65 from Point Lookout pris- 
on in Maryland. 



Captured near Petersburg September 10, '64; im- 
prisoned at Point Lookout. 

Sergeant; wounded at St. Johns Bluff, Fla., again 
at Petersburg. 

Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August, '64 and dis- 
abled. 



Wounded at Petersburg, Ya., Aug. 2, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Wounded at Petersburg August 4, '6^. 



Corporal. 

Promoted Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. 
Corporal. 



1st Sergeant; died in service; killed in Virginia '64. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Captured, '64. 

Killed at Turkey Ridge, Va., May, '64. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 Sergeant. 
April 9, '65 



Ai.ril 9, '65 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I — ioth Florida Infantry. 



233 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

John Westcott 

Samuel Agnew 

Albert E. Willard 

1 st Lieutenants — «-> 

George C. Bowers. /T.£><V.'£'..W.^., 

W. O. Hampton 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Oscar F. Bradford 

Robert D. Mickler 

Burton Williams 

3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Arnow, James B 

Ashton, Samuel 

Bacon, George 

Bacon Sylvester 

Blair, Samuel T 

Black, Alexander 

Black, James 

Bourne, Richard 

ftowers, George C 

Braddock, Oscar F 

Braddock, Spicer C 

Braziel, John 

Brown, Asbury 

Brumhaus, William 

Canova, B. C 

Carroway, Joshua 

Carman, John A 

Carter, John 



Promoted Captain; wounded at Petersburg, Va. 
Promoted Captain. 



Private; promoted 1st Lieutenant '64; resigned 
March 18, '65. 



Surrendered 2nd Lieutenant. 



Carrera, Gasper 

Cason, D 

Clark, George W 

Clark, Thomas 

Cobb, Thomas 

Cluntos, Sabeo 

Crawford, D. C 

Darley, J. F 

Dickerson, W. M 

Emery, Caleb 

Farron, Joseph 

Firns, Stephen 

Floyd, Andrew 

Floyd, A. V 

Floyd, Joseph B 

Floyd, Joseph F 

Flynn, Charles 

Fussell, Jacob 

Gailson, Ephraim 

Gamble, David F 

Gardner, Charles F 

Gardner, John A 

Gardner, William 

Gaston, F 

Geiger, John 

Grace. Major 

Grace, Tilman 

Grace, Thomas 

Graham, Thomas J 

Genter, Daniel 

Haddock, Zackariah 

Hammond, W. R 

Hanford, Charles C 

Hartley, Benjamin 

Hartley, Francis 

Hartley, Gabriel 

Hartley, George A 

Hartley, Joseph A 

Hendricks, William 

Henderson, J. M 

Hentley, Gabriel 

Hentley, George W 

Hernandez, Francis T. 

Hernandez, Joseph 

Hertley, James W 

Hogan, Joseph R 

Hogan, L. D 

Hudnall, Francis 

Hudnall, James 

Hudnall, Samuel 

Hugin, Anthony 



Nov. 



'62 



April 9, '65 
Mch. '64 



April 9, '65 



April 



•62 



April 9, '65 



Resignation commission. 



Was killedjat Weldon Railroad, Va., August 22, 

'63. 
Killed at Petersburg, Va., '64. 



Promoted Sergeant'of Litter Bearers; wounded at 
Petersburg, Va. 



Sergeant. 
Killed in service. 



Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 
April '"9,"'65 



April 9. '65 



Corporal. 
Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
Sergeant. 



Mch. 



'63 



CapturedWarch 20, '63 and died in hospital at 
Fort Delaware, Md., August 28, '63. 



April 9, '65 



234 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued,) 



Hysler, G. W 

Jones, Hillard, Jr 

Jones, Redding B 

Johnson, John H 

Lamee, William 

Landing, T. P 

Linton, Charles 

Linten, William Y 

McGran, Robert M 

McNeil, Joshua 

Mallett, William B 

Masters, Cassimero 

Masters, D 

Masters, William 

Mills, James T 

Mixon, Thomas 

Obagus, Peter 

O'Quinn, Daniel F 

Ormand, Alex W 

Ormand, A. O 

Overstreet, G. W 

Parramore, R. W 

Philips, A. B. Dr 

Pinkard, J. R 

Plummer, Edward D. 

Plummer, Simeon 

Pomar, K 

Ponce, Tolemdy 

Ponce, William G 

Price, John L 

Quigley, Jesse M 

Railey, George 

Roberts, A 

Pogeo, John , 

Ruffin, John C 

Rutherford, J. J 

Simms, Joseph 

Simms, Varden 

Speer, J 

Squires, Samuel 

Starling, Benjamin 

Stanling, Abraham 

Stephens, Constant 

Stone, Charles 

Stone, David 

Summerstien, E. P 

Thomas, Colon 

Turner, Fielding T 

Turner, Thomas F 

Tyler, Richard R. R... 

Wakeman, A. B 

Walker, Clark..... 

Whatton, Francis J.... 
Wheetman, Bernard... 

Wheetman, Philip 

Williamson, John 

Williams, W 



MUSTERED 



June 15, '63 



June 15, '63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 
April 



'65 

'65 



REMARKS. 



Lost left eye at Weldon Railroad May 15, '64. 
Sergeant. 



Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Shot at Horseshoe, Va., August 21, '64. 



Sergeant. 



Wounded at Ream's Station" August 22, '64. 



Shot at Weldon Railroad, Va., August 20, '64. 
Killed at Jacksonville, Fla., March 18, '63. 
Shot at Jacksonville, Fla., March 17, '63; died in 
hospital at Lake City, Fla., March 20, '63. 



1st Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Roll Company K — ioth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 






Promoted Major; mortally wounded at Cold Har- 






April 9, '65 
April 9 '65 
April 9 '65 

April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


bor June 3, '64, died at Harmory Grove Hos- 
pital June 5, '64. 
Promoted Captain from 1st Lieutenant. 


istJLieutenant — 

Rich W. Hill 






2nd Lieutenant — 

W .R. Yates 




Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from Sergeant. 


3rd'Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 













SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



235 



Roll Company K — 10th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Aldrich, W. U 

Albritton, James M 

Aldridge, Thomas 

Anderson, James M 

Andrews, Valentine E... 

Baurick, Ridding 

Benton, S. J 

Berry. H. H 

Blanchard, C 

Blanton, E. C 

Butler, J 

Carver, H. R 

Chase, Charles F 

Chase, Thomas J 

Clark, Jno. M 

Cuthbert, Isaac J 

Cuthbert, J. G 

Darley, James 

Davis, Elisha 

Dawkens, Washington.. 

DeMott, Abram 

Devane, J. J 

Danford, George W 

Dickson, L. R 

Easters, John 

Edwards, Benjamin W. 

Edwards, Oscar 

Edwards, Thomas H 

Evans, James R 

Farrell, Alex. M 

Folson, J. N 

Folsome, Pennerouth 

Folsom, W. J 

Gamble, David 

Gamble, Daniel F 

Girardeau, W. M 

Ham, Hardy H 

Hammell, Thomas 

Hancock, Sidney 

Harrell, W. H 

Harp, J. L 

Henderson, Hiram 

Henderson, William 

Hening, George W , 

Herring, Henry C 

Hill, James G 

Hill, Theophilus 

Hagan, John H 

Holder, James 

Howell, Caswell 

Howard, Solomon W 

Hudson, J. J 

Joiner, H. G 

Joyner, John 

Jones, Nathaniel L 

Kemp, Jeremiah 

Kersy, William 

King, Willis P 

Long, S. K 

Lord, Culling 

Lord, Sol. W 

Lord, William R 

McCall, George T 

McCants, A. C 

McDuffie, Daniel 

McKinnon, John 

McLeod, David 

McMullen, David G 

McMullen, Thomas J 

Maulden, J 

Miller, Martin V 

Mixon, John T 

Morris, Harmon W 

Moore, H. W 

Montgomery, James 

Neely, Samuel W 

Norwood, Daniel J 

O'Neal, Jou B 

O'Quinn, D. F 

Porter, W. F 

Prather, S. W 

Powell, J. F 

Powell, S. G 

Procter, Henry 



MUSTERED 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April" "9, "''65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



RKMARKS. 



Belonged to the Confederate Navy but was attach- 
ed to Company "K," 10th Regiment at surren- 
der. 



Corporal. 
April 9, '65 Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, . '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



Died, '64. 



Wounded at Cold Harbor June 3, '64. 



Promoted Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



Transferred to Company "A" Confederate Carat" 
ry. 



236 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company K — ioth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Rheames, William E.. 

Rodgers, Joseph B 

Rodgers, J. M 

Rowell, Darling 

Rozier, Charles 

Sapp, Moses W 

Scott, James E 

Scott, Samuel W 

Scruggs, James 

Simpkins, T. B 

Simmons, F. R 

Simmons, James 

Sloan, T. M 

Smith, Albert D 

Smith, J. W 

Smith, O. P 

Smith, T. W 

Spell, W. H 

Taylor, H. J 

Vickery, Green G 

Ward, James 

Wheeler, C. P 

Williams, Jamps 

Wooten, Reeding 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 



April 
April 



'65 
'65 



'65 
'65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Wounded mortally April 20, '64. 



Wounded in Va., '62. 
Sergeant. 



Wounded at Hatcher's Run December, '64. 
Corporal. 



ELEVENTH FLORIDA INFANTRY. 



The nth Florida Regiment was composed of the 4th Florida Battalion, 
seven companies, the companies of Captains Ochus and Robinson, of the 2nd 
Battalion, and Cullen's unattached company. There is some confusion in 
the records that makes the assignment of two of the companies in this Regi- 
ment uncertain. W. J. Robinson was Captain of Co. A; Adams A. Ochus, 
of Co. D; Charles Beggs, of Co. E; John Tanner, of Co. F; G. W. Bassett, 
of Co. G; W. E. Anderson/of Co. H; Joe J. Chaires, of Co. I; D. D. McLean, 
of Co. K. Like the 10th the story of the nth follows closely that of the 9th 
until the fateful April 6, when this Regiment with the 5th and 8th, under the 
command of Colonel Brevard, was sent by Colonel Lang, then in command of 
the Brigade, Finnegan having been transferred to Florida, by order of Gen- 
eral Lee to protect the wagon train These Regiments were captured by 
General Custer's Cavalry. This accounts for the Regiment surrendering but 
4 officers and 19 men on the morning of April 9 at Appomatox. 



Roll, Field and Staff— nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonels — 

T. W. Brevard 






Promoted Brigadier-General. 


Lieutenant-Colonels — 








Majors — 








Surgeons — 








Assistant Surgeons — 

D. S. Boyle 








C S. Sample.. 








Adjutants — 








Sergeant-Ma jors — 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



237 



Roll, Field and Staff— nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Quartermasters — 

Commissary — ■ 

Quartermaster-Sergeant — 

A. M. Nathans 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Commissary -Sergeant — 






Chaplains — 
Hospital-Steward — 







Roll Company A — nth Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

W. J. Robinson 

1st Lieutenant — 

John M. Erwin 

2nd Lieutenant — 

John Padgett 

3rd Lieutenants — 

E. J. Mancill 

James W. Gainer 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Baxter, Israel 

Beckwith, Joshua 

Beckwith. William 

Bennett, Silas 

Bennett, Taylor 

Boggs, John G. W. G 

Brown, B. B 

Brown, Henry 

Bure, James A 

Carter, J. F 

Carter, J. W 

Cherry, M. K 

Christmas, J. M 

Cloud, D. I 

Cloud, John 

Coonrod, John 

Crawford, William R 

Daniel, James 

Daniel. Lumpkin M 

Davis, H. B 

Davis, William E 

Deckle, Littleton 

Dickson, Columbus 

Dickson, J. A 

Dickson, Lewis 

Dvkes, Joseph C 

Edenrield, W. M 

Endfinger, John 

Endfinger, Vick 

Everett, Henry C 

Everett, William 

Fink. J. E 

Futch, John E 

Folsom, J. Y 

Gainer, J 

Godwin, John 

Gomillian, Andrew J 

Griffin, A. J 

Griffin, Silas 

Grubbs, William 

Hagin, James H 

Hancock. James 

Hatton, S. J 

Heming, A. C 

Hinson. Burt A 

Irwin, Henry 

Jacobs, Allerson 

Jackson, M. A 

Jackson. M. V 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



June 1, '62 



April '63 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 



April 9, '65 



Jan. 11, '65 



April 9, '65 



Resigned January 14, '64. 

Resigned February 11, '64. 
Resigned January 12. '64, 

Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 

Paroled from Point Lookout Prison. 



Died of disease at Marianna, Fla., January 5, '64. 



Wounded at Petersburg, Va., June 13, '64; d ed in 
hospital August 20, '64. 



238 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


* REMARKS. 






























April 


9, 


'65 
















Killed in battle at the "Crater," Va., '64. 
























































Died; (datejnot given). 










Lifford, William E 










Aug. '61 




Promoted Corporal; wounded at Petersburg Aug- 






ust 22, '64. 










McClelland, John P. M 












































April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




McMath, H 






McMillan, B. F 














Mercer, W. T 












April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 










Nickols, J. J 




































Sergeant. 


Padgett, John W. . 












































April 
April 
April 


9. 
9. 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 










Rigsby, T. W 
















Aug. 


15, 


'63 


Disability. 








Sketoe Willoughby 
















Silcox, D 




April 
Feb. 
April 


9, 

28, 

9, 


'05 
'65 
'65 






Feb. 3, '63 


Disability. 










Corporal. 


















Tavlor, John W 

Tyus, P. P 


Dec. '62 


April 


9, 


'65 


Sergeant. 


Tyus, P. G 


Aug. '61 


April 


9, 


'65 


From prison at Elmira, N. Y. 


















April 


9, 


'65 


Shot at Richmond, Va., Petersburg, '64. 










Jan. '63 


April 


9, 


'65 


Transferred to Captain Farmer's Company. 


York, Thomas 





Roll Company C — nth Florida Infantry. 



s 

S — • NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

E. P. Melvin 




April 9, '65 
April 9 '65 


Promoted Captain. 


o Lieutenant — 

2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



239 



Roll Company C — nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 






April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Lee, J. G 



















Roll Company D — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 














Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain' '64; Cap- 
tured April 6, '65, imprisoned on Johnson's Is- 
andl; paroled June 19, '65. 

Re-enlisted in Company G, 2nd Infantry; promoted 
1st Lieutenant, '64. 


1 st Lieutenant — 


/ 




2nd Lieutenants — 












Promoted Sergeant, then Lieutenant; '64. 

Resigned, '64. 

Honorably discharged. 
Honorably discharged. 
Honorably discharged. 


3rd Lieutenant — 

J. D. O'Hearn 






ENLISTED MEN. 






















April 9, '65 




'63 








Honorably discharged. 
























Beck, E 








Bell, W. P 
























Box, John S 














Captured, and paroled from prison. 














Honorably discharged. 

Corporal. 

Captured and paroled from prison June 19, '65. 


Brown, G. C 








































Honorably discharged. 














Captured April 6, '65 and paroled from prison 
June 19, '65. 






























Killed at Petersburg. 






























Captured April 6, '65; paroled from prison June 
'65. 


Ellack, William 












Honorably discharged. 


Flvnn, J. E 












Died in '63. 


















Hawkins, S. M 














Sergeant; wounded and was home on furlough at 




















April 9, '65 






May '63 
































Honorably discharged. 






































Honorably discharged. 



240 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 










Lamb, T. B 




April 9, '65 




Land, F 




Sergeant; honorably discharged. 






















Corporal; honorably discharged. 


McCall, S. W 








Feb. '63 




Discharged October, '64, for disability. 




McCormick, W. B 




April 9, '65 




















April 9, '65 


Wounded, White Housel'Station, Va., August 21 
'64. 






Mixon, W 








Moldwin, D. E 








Moody, H. M 










April 1, '63 




Wounded August 21, '64, captured April 6, '65; 
imprisoned at Newport News, paroled June 19, 
'65. 


Neason, J. P. E 






















July '64 


A.pril 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Ormand, M. H 
























Pickett, H. C 








Pickett, John W 








Pickett, William L 








Pickett, W. S 










Mch. 1, '63 


April 9, '65 






burg. 


Prescott, W 
























Roberts, Bethel 


Feb. '63 


April 9, '65 


Hand crushed, caught between gunwale of boat 


Roberts, C 








'63. 








































































Killed. 


























Tedder, John 










July 13, '61 






















s 






Witcher, C 








Woodlin, A. B 






Deserted. 



Roll Company E — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








ist Lieutenant — 

► A. J. Coffee 








2nd Lieutenant — 




April 9, '65 




3rdJLieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


Mch. '63 




Blair, W. B 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



241 



Roll Company E — nth Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Blair, W. T 




April 


9, 


'65 


Corporal. 

Was home on furlough at close of war. 

Died at home September 9, '64, whle on furlou 

Paroled from prison July, '65. 

Wounded at Petersburg, Va., Feb. 20. '65. 

Wounded at W r eldon Railroad, Va., August 
'63; again at High Bridge, Va., April 6, '64. 
Discharged-for disability, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant. 

Shot at Petersburg, Va., July 9, '64. 

Killed at Weldon Railroad, Va., August, '64. 




Blalock. T. J 








Feb. 




'63 
'63 






Campbell, Alex N 


April 


9, 


'65 




Clark, G. W 




Caulk, J. J 


Feb. 




'63 






Davi-. J. R 














Dukes, W. L 


Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Sept. 


8, 


'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 






Dukes, William T 








April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Gaudy, H. R 
































MeCall, Thomas J 




April 
April 
April 
April 

April 


9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9. 


'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 
•65 




McDaniel, B. F 




























gh. 




Feb. 
June 


28, 


'63 
'62 






Powell, J. R 


April 


9, 


'65 












April 


9, 


'65 






Aug. 


15, 


'62 


21, 




April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 






















Thomas, L. A. M 


'63 
















Feb. 


28, 


'63 


April 
April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 

9. 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 








Washington, R. T 


Feb. 




'63 




White, R. M 











Roll Company F — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenant — 








3rd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 








At well, Z 














Wounded at the Weldon Railroad. 






April 26, 


'05 




Baker, D 






Baker, W. A 




April 9, 


'65 




Berch. D .. 














Best, John E 


May '63 


'64 


Disability. 


Best, W. A.... 
























April 9, 


'65 




Cain, W. E 


















April 9, 


•65 




Cook 










April 9, 


'65 




Collier W. A 
























May '63 


'63 









242 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 








4th Corporal. 






April 


9, 


'65 






Captured at the downfall. 






April 
April 
April 


9, 
9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 














Falana, G. K 






























Fowler, W 








Glison, H 
















Glover, L. T 






1st Sergeant; captured at Petersburg, '65. 


Hall, D 










April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 




Hall, West 


















4th Sergeant; promoted. 






April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 

'C,.-, 












5th Sergeant. 

Wounded at Petersburg and died July 13, '64. 








Jones, W. C 






































McKnight, 








Mills, J 








Mills, R 




April 
April 
April 
April 

April 


9, 
9, 
9, 
9, 

9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 

'65 




Miller 




Wounded at Petersburg. 






Nash, W. F 


May '62 


Captured at Petersburg August 10, '64; imprisoned 
at Point Lookout, Md.; exchanged at close of 
war. 

From Newport News prison. 








Nichols, Z 








Parish, E 








Parish, Eli 








Parish, H 
















Paul, John W 




April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 


Shot at Petersburg, Va., September 15, '64. 






Paulk, D 






Paulk, Micajah ?. 




April 


9. 


'65 




Peters, W 






















Prevatt, D 








Pitcher. S 












April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 








Johnson's Island; paroled June 19, '65. 

3rd Corporal, 


Register, E 
















April 


9, 


65 




Ridlev, J. W 














Semlin, L 








Slater, S 








Smith. 6 








Tavlor 












April 


9, 


'65 




Watford. J 




Died at Savannah, Ga., hospital. 




April '63 


April 


9, 


'65 


Williams. W 




White, J 




April 


9. 


'65 


Captured at Petersburg. 


Yearbv. W 




Yawn, H. G. D 


May '63 


April 


9, 


'65 


Captured April 6, '65 and imprisoned at Newport 
News until paroled June 16. '65. 



Roll Company G — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

G. W. Bassett 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



243 



Roll Company G — nth Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


1st Lieutenant — 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




2nd Lieutenant — 






3rd Lieutenant — 

E. M. Smith 




Promoted Lieutenant. 


ENLISTED MEN. 


'62 


Captured by Sheridan's Cavalry April 6, '65; im- 




prisoned at Point Lookout for two months. 






















April 9, '65 


Shot at Appomatox Court House April 6, '65. 










Dec. '62 




Severely wounded at Petersburg August 20, '64, 






and was home on furlough when war closed. 
Promoted Corporal; discharged for disability. 




May '62 
April '63 
April '63 










Discharged December, '64, for disability. 


Edwards, W. B 




Died September 1, '64, of disease. 


Goff, John ... 






GofT, W 














Killed in railroad accident in South Carolina. 


Herndon. Levy H 


April '62 


April 9, '65 


Wounded in Virginia, '63. 


Hodges, M. W. .. 






Feb. '63 
'63 






Kendrick. E. C ... 










Died February 8, '64. 




April '63 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Petersburg July 


Newman, P. M 


22, '64. 
Promoted 2nd Sergeant. 




Feb. '63 
June '63 
June 15, 63 
Meh. 25, '63 


Died in hospital at Richmond, Va., August 24, '64. 


Pert, Elias 




Wounded in Virginia, '63, and discharged. 


Philips, Sion W 

Roberts, David 


\pril 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Wounded at Petersburg June 2, '64. 






Slater, J. M 






Snipes, Uriah 






Squier, Samuel 






Cann, Washington Edward . .. 




Died at Point Lookout October 25, '64. 


Warr, W. H 




April 9, '65 






April '62 


Died of pneumonia at Richmond, '65. 




April 9, '65 




Webb, Samuel S 




Died at Richmond September, '64, of disease. 


Webb, W. A 




April 9, '65 
April 9. '65 




Smith. W. J 






Dukes. W. L 






Moseley, M | 


April 9, '65 





Roll Company H — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 


'63 
'63 

'63 

'63 
'63 

'63 




Resigned November 27, '63. 






Promoted Captain. 


1st Lieutenant — 

E. G. Earnest 


April 


9, 


'65 


2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 


2nd Lieutenant — 

3rd Lieutenants — 
Cullen Curl 


Resigned. 


D. B. Lislie 




Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 


ENLISTED MEN. 


April 
April 


9, 
9, 


'65 
'65 










Meh. 11, 
Meh. 


'63 

'63 


Discharged September 26, '64, for disability. 




April 


9, 


'65 





244 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company I — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Captains — 

Joseph J. Chaires 
















T.J. Key 


May 1, 


'61 




Transferred to 11th Regiment. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Joseph M 




Alexander, A. M 


Mch. 10, 
May 


'63 
'63 






Critchfield, E. D 




Wounded at Petersburg, Va.; paroled from prison. 


Ferrell, William 




McMath, H 






Promoted 1st Sergeant. 


Mears, G. W 




April 9, 


'65 


Mears, Henry S 






Morrison, A. G 




April 9, 
May 17, 
April 9, 
April 9, 


'65 
'65 
'65 

'l,f> 




Roberts, A. S 


April 3, 


'63 


Wounded at Petersburg June 1, '64. 




Smith. George W 


May 10, 


'62 


Wounded at Cold Harbor August 17, '64. 



Roll Company K — nth Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

D. D. McLean 








ENLISTED MEN. 

Alsobrook, A. T 


Mch. 10, '63 




Wounded in right foot Jaunary 15, '64. 


Bowen, M. A 












Gainer, George F 
















Melvin, E. P 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 








Imprisoned at Point Lookout; released on parole 
October, '64. 


Taylor, G. T 


Mch. '64 
Mch. 28, '63 


Tavlor, John W 




Taylor, N. P 





Roll Company th Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

James A. Pickett 








ist Lieutenant — 

John W. Brady 








2nd Lieutenants — 
















3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bacon, Sylvester 














Corporal. 








Brown, E. B 






Corporal. 








Burney, Meshack 








































































Elliott, W. H 


































, 






Gardner, John 








SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



245 



Roll Company th Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


























































Hall, William T 






Corporal. 
























Corporal. 










































Lord, Philip P 






























































Blacksmith.... 


Pickett, William H.. 














Farrier. 
























































































1st Sergeant. 








Sergeant. 








Sergeant. 










Tyler, Richard R 








Tyler, William L 
















































West, William N.... 

























Roll Capt. William J. Turner's Company, Hillsborough County. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


! ' ,' OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 
Corporal. 




1st Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenant — 
John E. Ferrell 








3rd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 
































































Buffoon Rich V 

































246 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Capt. William J. Turner's Company, Hillsborough County. 

(Continued.) 



AMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Driggers, Elisha W 








Driggers, Jacob A 








Duffield, Thomas 








Garrison, Green A 








Garner. Andrew W 








Gill, Francis M 








Givens, John J 






Bugler. 








Hair, Anson M 








Hall, Isaiah 
















Ham, Henry B 
















Ham, James N 








Harris, Joseph 








Hagen, Reuben 








Hollingworth, Timothy 








Jamerson, Daniel 








Johnson, Benjamin A 






Sergeant. 


Johnston, Columbus M 






Lawrence, Francis 








JLowe, Allen 








Lowe, John 








Lowe, Nathan 








Lowe, William 








McClelland, William 








McLenathan, William, Sr 








McLenathan, William, Jr... 








McLeod, Ferdinand 








McMunn, William L 






Corporal. 


Main, David 






Mathews, Henry H 








Mathews, William 








Miley, David M 








Montes-de-Oca, Charles... 








Nettles, Isaac A. M 








Parker, Pinckney P 








Piatt, George I 








Pope. John C 








Powell, Charles M 








Prime, John 








Pawls, William C 








Rilev. James F 








Robberts, Samuel A 








Silvester, Henry 








Simmonds, Abram 








Smith, Baxter M 








Smith, George W... 








Smith, James... 








Smith, John 








Smith, Wilber W 






Sergeant. 


Stallins, William W. 






Stephens, John W 








Tiner, Stewart 






• 


Tiner, Wilson... 








Tison, George 








Tison, John M . 








Thomas, James H 








Thomas, Lewis R.. 








Thompson, James C 






Corporal. 


Underhill, John 






Walker, Allen... 








Walker, George W 








Walker, Oliver A 








Warren, Francis H.. 








Whidden, John W 






Corporal. 


Whidden 






Whidden, William 








White, Abram B 








White, William B.. 








Williams, James 








Worth, Frederick. . 








Youngblood, Daniel A 








Youngblood, Leoman S 









FIRST FLORIDA CAVALRY. 



The 1st Florida Cavalry was composed of ten companies from various 
parts of the State. Co. A. Capt. Arthur Roberts, Columbia county; Co. B, 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



247 



Capt. John G. Haddock, Nassau county; Co. C, Capt. John A. Summerlin, 
Clay county; Co. E, Capt. Charles F. Cone, Suwannee county; Co. F, Capt. 
William M. Footman, Leon county; Co. G, Capt. Nicholas S. Cobb, 
Levy county; Co. H, Capt. Noble A. Hull, Duval county; Co. I, Capt. W. D. 
Clarke, Alachua county; and Co. K, Capt. David Hughes. 

The Regiment was assembled at Camp Mary David, six miles south of 
Tallahassee, where it went into camp of instruction and was mustered into 
service in July, 1861. The Regiment was organized by the election of William 
G. M. Davis, Colonel; George Troupe Maxwell, Lieutenant-Colonel; and 
William T. Stockton, Major. Colonel Davis was promoted to Brigadier-Gen- 
eral November 4, 1862, and Lieut. -Col. George T. Maxwell became Colonel, 
and William T. Stockton Lieutenant-Colonel, and Captain Footman acting 
Major. The Regiment did service in Florida until the spring of 1862, when 
it was ordered to Chattanooga. Before leaving Florida seven companies, B, 
C, D, G, H, I and K, voluntarily dismounted and served through the war as 
infantry, being known as the 1st Florida Cavalry, dismounted. Cos. A, E 
and F remained mounted until 1864, when they dismounted and rejoined the 
Regiment. While mounted these companies did excellent service, under 
Captain Footman, as scouts. The mounted battalion was engaged in the bat- 
tle of Richmond, Ky., August 30, 1862, and the seven dismounted companies 
took part in the battle of Perryville October 8, 1862. The story of the 1st 
Florida dismounted is so interwoven with that of the 1st, 3d, 4th, 6th and 
7th, that to tell the story of one is to tell that of each of the splendid organi- 
zations from Florida that shed luster on the State in the war of the sixties. 
At Missionary Ridge the 1st Cavalry lost heavily in killed and wounded and cap- 
tured; among these last were all the Field Officers of the Regiment. Out of the 
200 men the Regiment went into the battle with, there was ^ officers left. 
The gallant band was so reduced that it was consolidated with the 4th In- 
fantry at Dalton, Ga., February zt,, 1864, and the little remnant surrendered 
with Johnston's at Army Greensborough April 26, 1865. 



Roll, Field and Staff— 1st Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonels — 


July '61 
July ' 61 

July '61 
July '61 

July '61 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 

April 6, '65 
April 26, '65 


Promoted Brigadier-General. 




Lieutenant-Colonel, promotedCoIonel '62; captured 


Lieutenant-Colonels — 


at Missionary Ridge, imprisoned on Johnson's 
Island. 

Promoted Colonel. 


William T. Stockton 


Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; vice Maxwell pro- 


Majors — 

William T. Stockton 


moted, wounded at Chiekamauga, captured at 
Missionary Ridge and imprisoned on Johnson's 
Island until August, '65. 


Surgeon — 






Assistant-Surgeon — 
Adjutant — 








Sergeant-Major — 








Quartermaster — 









248 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll, Field and Staff — ist Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Commissary — 
Quartermaster-Sergeants- 
Commissary-Sergeants — 
Chaplain — 

R. L. Wiggins 

Hospital Steward — 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Roll Company A — ist Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Arthur Roberts 

Martin I. Coxe 



ist Lieutenants — 
Reuben H. Charles 
M. I. Coxe 

2nd Lieutenants — 

James E. Young 

P. C. Ostees 

3rd Lieutenants — 

William L. Jones... 



Paul C. Osteen 

W. H. L. Townsend. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, George D 

Barnes, Aman 

Bell, Kinchen 

Bebefield, Eli H 

Blitch, George W 

Boyd, William B 

Browen, Berry A 

Brooks, James O 

Brooks, John A 

Bryant, Edward 

Bryant, James L 

Bryant, Rizan V 

Bryan, Ezekiel J 

Bryant, William 

Carlton, Dawson 

Carlton, D. E. L 

Carter, J. E 



Carver, William... 
Carraway, Adair.. 
Charles, Reupert.. 
Charles, Aman L. 



Coon, Wiley L 

Coxe, William A 

Cresswell, James M. 
Dexter, Jacob S 



Dotyberly, Jacob J... 
Duboise, J. Isaiah... 

Ellis, Joseph P 

Everett, David L 

Feagle, William J 

Goodman, Green B. 



Griffin, John 

Grisham, Columbus.. 

Harris, Stanhope 

Harvey. William B.. 



MUSTERED 



May 12, 
May 12, 



May 12, 
May 12, 



'62 



'61 



May 12, '61 



May 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 



Oct. 12, 

Oct. 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 
Dec. 

Oct. 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 

Oct. 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 

May 12, 

May '2, 

May 12. 
Sept. 

Oct. 12, 



May 12, 
May 12, 
Oct. 12, 



Oct. 12, '61 



Oct. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 


26, 


'65 




April 
April 


26, 
26, 


'65 
'65 




\pril 
April 


26, 
26, 


'65 
'65 


April 
April 


26, 
6, 


'65 
'65 


Vlay 
April 


26, 


'62 
'65 


April 


26, 


'65 





April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



June 1, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Resigned '62, March, '63; on account of age. 

Wounded May 26, '64 at Dallas, Georgia; 
enlisted as a private; promoted 2nd 
Lieutenant, May, '62, 1st Lieutenant March 
'63 to Captain at Missionary Ridge November 
24, '63. Captured at Somerset, Ky., March 30, 
63, imprisoned at Camp Chase and Fort Dela- 
ware; exchanged April 10 at City Point, Va. 

Resigned on reorganization. 
Promoted Captain. 

Retired on reorganization. 



Transferred to 5th Infantry and killed at Gettys- 
burg July 3, '63. 

Promoted Lieutenant and resigned. 

Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., August 3, '64, promoted 
Lieutenant. 

Bugler; discharged, under age. 

Corporal; discharged '61, a minor. 

Died, '62. 

Company physician; resigned at reorganization 
May 10, '62. 

Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63. 
Died at Ferguson's Gap, W. Va., '62. 

Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 63. 
Died in Kentucky, '62. 
Farrier; discharged, over age. 

Died. 

Under age; re-enlisted August, '63 in E. A. Fer- 
nandez. 

Sergeant. 

Died in Knoxville, Tenn., '62. 

Somerset, Ky.; wounded. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge, '63; imprisoned at 
Rock Island, 111. 

Wounded. 

Wounded at Dallas, Ga., March 28, '64. 

Transferred to Company "B," 5th Regiment, 

killed at the Wilderness. 
From Camp Chase prison, captured December 7, 

'64. 



Captured at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63. 
Wounded at Dutton Hill, Ky., March 30, '63; pro- 
moted Corporal. 
Wounded at Bentonville, N. C, March 19, '65. 

Discharged at Chattanooga, April '62; over age. 
Discharged for disability, May, '62. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



249 



Roll Company A — 1st Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



Hawkins, T. H 

Herring .John W 
Herrod, John L... 
Herrod, .Samuel... 

Hogans, J. S 

Horn, James R... 



Hunt. William F. 

Ingraham, Francis M.. 

Jenkins, Daniel F 

Jenkins, J. F 

Johnson, Nelson 

Jones, Pickney 

Kinard, Shelton G 



Kinard, Irving G. 



Lee, Freeman... 
Leggett, R. J.. 



McCoy, Church Sept. 12, 

McKay, Joseph Oct. 12, 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



'61 



Oct. 

Oct. 12, 

Oct. 12, 

Oct. 12, 

May 12, 



Oct. 12, '61 



Oct. 12, 
Oct. 12, 



Marcun, William A May 12, 

Markham, Reuben L May 12, 

Meaks, Benjamin F Oct. 12, 



Morgan, W. F 

M..~t ley, William L.. 

Neal, Clinton 

Neal, Obediah 

Nickols, Mark.... 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Oct. 12, '62 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Niblack, John F... 
Oats, Stephen W.. 
Ogden, George R.. 



Osteen, Bennett D. 
Parrish, Henry 



Parrish, Robert H 

Pearce, Levi T 

Ponchier, John A... 



Powell. James 

Powell, William L 
Powell, Temrle 
Roberts, H. L. R ... 



Revels, 0. J. 



Reynolds, B. L... 
Rivers, Lewis W. 



Roberts, George W. 

Roberts, Henry C. ... 

Roberts, John D 

Roberts, Robert B 



May- 
May 
May 
May 
May 


12, 
12, 

12, 
12, 
12, 


May 
May 
May 


12, 

12, 
12, 


May 
Oct. 


12, 
12, 


Oct. 


12, 


May 


12, 


May- 


12, 


May 
May 
Aug. 
May 


12, 
12, 
12, 
12, 


May 


12, 


Oct. 

May 


12, 
12, 


May 


12. 


May 

May 


12 
12 



Roberts, Thomas L. 



Robson, Wiley 

Robertson, Joseph H. 

Scott, Andrew 

Scott, Wilson 

Singleton, John S 



Tedder. John H 

Tillis, Temp 

Thoams, D. D 

Thompkins, Henry C 
Tompkins, J. T 



'61 

'61 

'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 

61 
'61 
•61 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 
'61 

'(,1 



'61 
61 

'61 

'61 
'61 
'62 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, "65 
A 1 ril 26, '65 
April'"26,"'65 



April 26, 
April 26, 



July 

A. ril 26, 

A] ril 26, 

April 26, 



May 12, '61 



Vinzant. John. 



Whi'e, James W May 12 



May IS 



May 12, 



May 12, 

May 12, 

Oct. 12, 

Oct. 12, 



May 1 ' 



April 26, 
April 26, 



65 



Ai ril 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '6; 



Arril 26, 

A, ril 26, 

\rril 26, 

April 26, 



April 26, 

April 26, 



Killed at Chickamauga; honorable mention. 

Died in service. 

Killed at Kennesaw Mt. June 29, '64. 

Died in service. 

Captured at Murfreesborough, Tenn., put in pri.-on 

at Camp Chase, O; paroled from there. 
Disability. 

From Rock Island prison. 

Shot at Atlanta, Ga., August 3, '64. 

Captured at Nashville December 16, '64; sent to 
Camp Chase , Ohio. 

Shot at New Castle, Ky. , September20, '62 and dis- 
abled. 

Died in prison. 

Captured at Frankfort, Ky., '62; imprisoned at 
Rock Island, Ills., until February, '65. 

Killed at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64. 

Captured at Bentonville, N. C., '65; returned.to 
his command. 

Sergeant; transferred to 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

Wounded at Somerset, Ky.. '62 and captured; 

paroled from Rock Island prison June, '65. 
Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain June 3, '64. 
Discharged; over age. 

Died in service, '62. 

Wounded at Atlanta August 4, '64; also at Ring- 

gold, Ga, December, '63. 
1st Sergeant. 

Died, '63, at Louden, Tenn. 
Transferred to Florida Reserves because he was a 

minor. 
Captured near Murfreesborough, '64; died in 

Camp Chase prison April 9, '65; grave No. 1S45, 

under age. 
Shot at Missionary Ridge, at Kennesaw Mount:. in, 

Ga., and at Bentonville, N. C. 
Is Sergeant; killed at Franklin, Tenn., September 

30, '64. 
Died of pneumonia at Strawberry Plains, Term., 

March 26, '63. 
Discharged; '62, over age. 
Captured. 

Disability, wounded June 2, '64. 
Promoted Sergeant; captured at Murfreesborough 

December 4, '62. 
Transferred to Parramore's Company, 4th Regi- 
ment. 
Sergeant. 
Corrorfd; cartured and sent to Camp Chase prison 

where he was paroled at close of war. 
Killed in battle of Missionary Ridge November 25, 

63 
Discharged, '62; under age. 
Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 26, '64. 
Discharged, disability, re-enlisted February 20, '63. 

A. A. Stewart's Company, "E," 9th Infantry; 
promoted Orderly Sergeant. 
Sergeant; wounded at Missionary Ridge November 
25, '63; captured, sent to Rock Island prison 
where he died November 20, '64. 
Captured. 

Transferred to Company "C," 7th Infantry. 
Killed at Bentonville, N. C. March 19, '65. 
Wounded at New Castle, Ky., September 22, '62. 
Is. ill* d near Atlanta, Go., August 3, '64; before this 

he was promoted Orderly Sergeant. 
Ca] tured at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, "64. 



Cartured near Marietta, Ga., July 3, '64; sent to 
Camp Douglass, 111. pirison, remained there un- 
til Jure 14, '65. 

1st Sergeant; lost right leg at Murfreesborough 
Decenber 4, '64; captured and imprisoned un- 
til June. '65. 

Transferred to Navy. 



250 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — ist Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Williams, William F 


Oct. 12, '61 


April 26, '65 








Witt Jasper H 


Mch. 4, '62 










October, '63, 9th Regiment, Company K; April 
9, '65; lost arm at Missionary Ridge November 
25, '63. 



Roll Company B — ist Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 




Farrier. 
Sergeant. 

Disability; shot at Pine Mountain February, 
Wounded at Dallas, Ga. 




ist Lieutenant — 






2nd Lieutenants — 






W. W. Shedd 


April 26, 


'65 




3rd Lieutenant — • 


June 

June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




ENLISTED MEN. 




















May 
May 


'65 
'64 
'65 






'64 




June 
June 
June 
June 
Dec. 18, 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 










April 26, 


'65 










April 26. 


'65 


Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. 

Wounded at Franklin, Tenn., November^30 
and captured, paroled from Camp Chase pr 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Blacksmith. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant, mentionedifor 
lantry at Chicakmauga. 

Shot at Bentonville. 
Sergeant. 

Died at Camo Chase prison November " 23. 
grave No. 509. 

Bugler. 










June 


'61 








April 26, 


'65 






June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
















("ox, William M 






David, S. R 


April 26, 
April 6, 
April 26, 


'65 

'65 
'65 








David, G. R. . . 


'64 




son. 


Davis, John W 


April 26, 
April 26, 


'65 
'65 








June 
June 


'61 
'61 
















Gillin, Edward W 


June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 


April 26, 


'65 














Haddock, J. N 


April 26, 


'65 






June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 














































Holgerson, R. H 


April 26, 


'65 






June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 




Howell, William H. H 








April 26, 
April 


'65 
'61 








Hunt, John M 




Hunt, Samuel W 


April 26, 


'65 
















April 26, 


'65 




Johnson, Nathaniel T 








'64; 














Kellv, George 



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



251 



Roll Company B — 1st Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Lloyde, John F 

Lloyde, Henry William 

McKendre, James 

McKendree, Mark L 

Musselwhite. James R .... 

Nettles, John 

Norton, Lewis Jr 

Osteen, Archibald S 

Osteen, Ezekell 

Philips, Riley W 

Pickett, James E 

Pickett, John W 

Pope, Jacob 

I'rice. James M 

Richardson, John 

Rollins, John 

Rollins, Peter 

Rollins, William 

Rowe, Azell 

Rowe. William 

Russell, Samuel 

Smith, David D 

Smith, John 

Stevens, Constant 

Stratton, David 

Tanner, Benjamin 

Tanner, Cornelius 

Tanner. Joshua 

Thomas, Eli 

Thomas, William 



June 
June 
Nov. 
June 



June 
June 
June 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



Thomas, D. D 

Thomas, Daniel 

Thomas, Dixon 

Thompson, John C. 
Tison, Isaac 



Turnett, William 

Wainwright. Edward J.. 

West, William 

Wilson, D. B 

Williams. Stephen 

Williamson. W. H 

Williamson. Stephen W. 

Wingate, James A 

Wingate, James B 

Wingate, John 

Wingate. William H 

Wright, John M 



Oct. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Oct. 15, 

Oct. 15, 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
June 



Mav 29, 

May 29, 

Mav 29, 

Mav 29, 

Mav 29, 

Mav 29, 



ill 
'61 
'61 
'61 
v,i 
'61 
'61 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 



April 26, "65 
Aprii 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Sergeant. 

Bugler; died of typhoid fever April 9, '62. 



Lost an arm at Chickamauga September 19, '63. 

Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



April 26, '65 
April 26, 65 



'62 

'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 

'»il 
'61 
'61 
'6I1... 

'61 

'61 

'61 April 26, '65 
'61 April 26. "65 



'61 April 26, 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'61 



May 29, '61 



'65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26. '65 
Ai ril 26, "65 
April 26. "65 



Corporal. 



Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 

25. '63. 
Wounded at Chickamauga September 19, '63. 



Captured at Missionary Ridge November 23, '63 
imprisoned at Rock Island until July, '65. 

Wounded at Chickamauga September 19, '63; | 10- 
moted Sergeant. 

Captured at Nashville, Tenn., December 15, '64; 
paroled from Federal prison at close of war. 



Roll Company C — 1st Florida Cavalry. 



MUSTERED 

IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John A. Summerlin 

1 st Lieutenants — 

W. Mc Queen Saunders 
Daniel B. Knight 



2nd Lieutenants — 
Jacob Johns 
C. M. Lang.. 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Arich, Thomas H 
Beach. Joseph. 
Booth John 
Britt. Amos 
Blackveldon. David 
Bloodworth, Martin E. 
Broer, George W 
Brooker, W. H. 
Brannina. George W. 
Brown, Hezekirh 
Carter, Elisha W 



July 1, '61 



July 
July 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



July 1, '61 




Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant 
was captured three times, once at Missionary 
Ridge, but he escaped each time. 



Resigned April 22, '62. 



Disability. 



Injury, re-enlisted August., '63; in 2nd Cavalry, 
Captain Stephen's Companv "B," shot at Shiloh 
Tenn., April 6. '62. 

Farrier. 



252 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — ist Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Chalken, Excellison 0... 
Benjamin, Chambers L.. 

Conway, John M 

Dias, John 

Dickerson, Henry 

Dickerson, William 

Dillaberry, Francis 

Faland, George 

Fonts, George W 

Ginard, Claiborn 

Gunter, Daniel 

Hardenbrook, James H. 

Haws, George W 

Holder, James B 

Houston, James 

Johns, Isaac 

Johns, Jeremiah 

Johns, Luke 



July 



•til 



Johnson, William 

Kellum, David 

Kellum, Thomas 

Kite, John 

Kite, Robert 

Knight, James R 

Knight, Willliam H 

Knowles, Henry 

Knowles, Manuel 

Livingston, Calvin 

Long, George W 

Long, Joseph 

McCluskie, Patrick 

McRae, Norman H 

Mathews, W. E 

Mobley, James C 

Moor, William B „„ . 

Morrison, Dan.. 

Owens, Zacariah 

Quin, James T 

Regester, William 

Rollins, Peter 

Roberts, David 

Silcox, Henry 

Simpson, John 

Silvester, John P 

Swift, Simeon D 

Taland, Joshua E 

Thomas, Carroleus 

Wilson, John 

Wilson, Josiah 

Wilson, William 

Wood, Warren 

Wright, John 



July 
July 
July 
Oct. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Oct. 
July 
July 
July 
July 

Oct. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 



July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 



'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'62 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 

1, '61 
'61 

1, '61 
'61 
'61 

'61 

1, '61 

'61 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



1, '61 
1, '61 
'61 
1, '61 
1, '61 



1, '61 
'61 



1, '61 
1, '61 



1, '61 
1, '61 
1, '61 
1, '61 
1, '61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'til 
'61 
'61 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Blacksmith. 

Bugler. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Captured and imprisoned at Camp Chase, O. 

died there February 1, '65; grave No. 1168. 
Shot at Chickamauga, Ga. September 20, '63. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



Roll Company D — ist Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


'»M OFFICERS. 

Captains — 


May '61 








April 26, '65 


Promoted Captain Co. D; then Colonel 1st Florida 


D. Elwell Maxwell 


May '61 

May '61 
July 13, '61 

May '61 

May '61 


Cavalry. 


ist Lieutenants — 










Transferred from Co. H, 2nd Infantry; promoted 


2nd Lieutenant — 




1st Lieutenant. 


3rd Lieutenants — 








April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




W. H. Wingate 




Promoted 3rd Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Florida Cav- 


ENLISTED MEN. 


May '61 


alry; afterward consolidated with 4th Florida 
Regular Infantry. 


Beaslev, Berry 


May '61 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



253 



Roll Company D — 1st Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Beasly, Hiram 

Beal, Nathaniel 

Beasly, William 

Benton, Thomas 

Berry, Henry D 

Blackwelder, Moses. 

Byrd. W. M. T 

Bohannan, Duncan.. 
Bohannan, John D.. 

Burnseed, James 

Burnsed, James W... 

Burnsed, John E 

Canova, B 

Carlton, Lewis 

Combs, James 

Combs, William 

Crews, Samuel 



Davis. Earl 

Davis, John C 

Davis, Richard B 

Dobson, Benjamin C... 

Dowling, Berien 

Dowling, William H.... 

Driggers, A 

Driggers, William M..., 

Dugger, Aaron 

Dugger, R. B 

Dukes, William D 

Falany, John 

Falany, Joseph 

Fraser, James 

Green, Aaron R 

Green, William 

Garrett, William 

Guthrie, Aaron 

Gwalthrey, Aaron 

Hagg, Francis 

Harvey, James A 

Harvey, John W 

Hodges. James M 

Hunter, Elishu 

Hunter, Henry 

Hunter, James D 

John, Reuben H 

Johns, William B 

Johnson, Josiah 

Johnson, Stephen 

Kemp. Joshua F 

Lee, Jeremiah 

Lee, Simeon 

Lee, William 

Long, David 

Mathis. John 

Motes, Henry 

Motes, William 

Norman, D. G. W 

Osteen, Noah 

Partin, James B 

Phillips, Henry 

Philips, Rilev 

Philips, William R 

Rautherson, Jacob 

Rawles, Micheal 

Roberts. Johnathan 

Sallas, Gomocende 

Sebastian, Sebasthin... 

Shaw, James T 

Smith. Jackson W 

Sweat, W. F 

Thoams, D. D 

Thomas, John J 

Townsend, William A. 

Trage, Francis 

Triay, Francis A 

Valley, John 

Vame, Andrew L 

Varne, Isaac 

Walker, Jerrimiah 

Wells, Fred 

Wells, Henry 

Wells, William J 

Yarborough, Thomas... 



MUSTERED 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



May 
May 
May- 
May 
May 



May 
May 
May 
Aug. 18, 



Aug. 18, '61 



May 



'61 



May 
May 



May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



April 

May 

April 

May 

May 

Mav 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Anril 

May 

May 



May 
May 
May 
Oct. 16, 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



May 



Mch. 

Oct. 

May 

Nov. 17, 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Oct. 18, 

Oct. 18, 

May 

May 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



May 8, '65 



Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 18, 
'63; again at Nashville, Tenn., December 15, '64. 

Died in hospital of disease July 6, '63. 



Corporal. 



April 26, '65 



April '65 

April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
June '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Farrier. 
Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



Musician. 



Discharged at expiration of term; reenlisted in Co. 
E, 9th Regular Infantry, Capt. Asa Stewart. 



Corporal. 

Shot at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 22, '64. 

Corporal. 



From prison. 

Wounded at Camp Walton, Fla.. April 27, '62 and 
discharged. 



Blacksmith. 

Paroled from prison at Rock Island, 111. 



Lost left arm at Chickamauga and discharged. 
Mentioned for gallantry at Chickamauga. 

Musician. 
Corporal. 
Died of pneumonia at Lynchburg, Va., April, '63. 



From Camp Douglass prison, III. 

Wounded at Griswoldville, Ga., December, '64. 

Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64. 



Was at home on sick furlough at surrender. 

Discharged from hospital. 

Paroled from Camp Chase, O., prison. 



254 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company E — ist Florida Cavalry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Charles F. Cone 

ist Lieutenant — 

Wilay Lee 

2nd Lieutenants — 

William B. N. Crews 

Emanuel Smith 

N. L. Bryan 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bell, David 

Bennett, John 

Bethea, Fortes 

Bell. Thomas N 

Brooks, Jacob W 

Bruner, James W 

Bryan. Benjamin 

Bryan, Joseph 

Carbin, Anterrio 

Cheshire, Charles W 

Cheshire, James 

Craig, Columbus D 

Crews, Henry 

Crews, Joseph 

Cribbs, Solomon B 

Crews, John L 

Crew* I. N 

Darrell, SamDSon 

Daugherty. John 

Davis, La wson G 

Donald, John O 

Dowling, John M -. 

Durrenee , John 

Goodbread, J. S 

Gum, Robert E 

Gulp, John D 

Hair, George 

Hayes, George 

Hayes. Robert 

Hines, Isaac 

Hogan, Joseph S 

Hogans, Lewis 

Humphreys, John T 

Hunter. David 

Hunter, George 

Hunter, Robert 

Jackson, Benjamin C 

Jackson, James M 

Jenkins, D. F 

Johns, Levy M 

Johnson, Louis A 

Johnson. Moses 

Johnson, William R 

Kelly, George 

Kite, John C 

Lee, Edward M 

Lee. H. M 

Leggett. Robert J 

Lewis, George W 

Lovell, Sampson 

Mclnnis, Hilliard 

McKenney, James 

M ar tin , Jesse 

Mathis. Daniel 



July 



July 
July 
July 



Mitchell, Charles 

Mobley, Samuel E. 



Newman, William M . 

Padgett, Isam 

Pickett, J. D 

Polk, Joseph F 

Register, Francis 

Roberson, James L... 

Roberson, Wiley 

Roberts, David 

Roberts, John H 

Sarjp, Raiford 

Sills, William 

Smith, Hezekiah 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 



Smith, Jacob 



Nov. 



July 

July 

Nov. 
Nov. 



July 

July 
July 
July 
July 



Nov. 
Nov. 
July 
July 

Julv 
July 
July 
July 



April 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



April 26, '65 



'61 



Oct. 
July 



July 



'61 



July 
Nov. 
July 



July 
Nov. 14, 



April 
Nov. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



'62 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. 
Cavalry. 

Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
Farrier. 



E, 1st Regiment 



Bugler. 



Sergeant. 



Disability. 

Lost a leg at Atlanta August 10, '64; died '88. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn.; imprisoned 
at Rock Island until close of the war. 



Bugler. 

Sergeant. 



Blacksmith. 
Sergeant. 



Died Camp Chase February 25, '65; grave No. 
1443. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, 


'65 


April 26, 


'65 


April 


'65 



April 26, '65 



April 26. 
April 26, 



Mentioned for gallantry. 



Died at Chattanooga. 

By parole from prison at Rock Island May, '65, 

and died on way home. 
Corporal; died April, '62. 
Died of "Bone Scurry" at Camp Chase, Morton 

Ind., January 29, '65; captured at Missionary 

Ridge. 
Captured at Missionary Ridge; imprisoned Rock 

Island and from there paroled June '65. 



Shot in head and right hand. 

Captured Missionary Ridge November 20, '63; im- 
prisoned at Rock Island; exchanged at Rich- 
mond, Va., March, '65. 

Died Camp Chase February 24, '65; grave No. 1432. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



255 



Roll Company E — 1st Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Smith, James T 

Stokely, W. G 

Tarrell, Samson 

Taylor, Lewis L 

Thompson, Edward. 

Turner, Lem 

Tyner, Edward 

Watson. Thomas 

Weeks, Stephen 

Willis, William W. ... 
Yelverton, Gideon.... 
Yelverton. Jesse 



July 



July 
Mch. 
July 



July 

July 



July 



'62 



April 26, '65 

April 26, : 65 



'ill 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



Died Camp Chase February 8, '65; grave No. 417. 



Corporal. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Co. G, 1st Florida; 
then Captain. 

Captured in Kentucky; sent home on parole. 



Roll Company F — 1st Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William M. Footman.. 
B. M. Burroughs.: 



1st Lieutenant — 

Richard B. Maxwell 

2nd Lieutenants — - 

Joseph H. Saopington.. 

Joseph J. C. Chaires 

3rd Lieutenants — 

Thomas N. Footman... 



J. Bradley McLeod. 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams. Elijah 

Ashley, Thomas 

Ball. Hart T 

Bell. Stephen 

Benton, James F 

Bugg, William S 

Burns. Ball 

Burns. Michael 

Collins. William 

Cox, Thomas V 

Davis. Allen B 

Davis, Elishu 

Davis, Thomas F 

Durrance, John A 

Ellison, Joseph D 

Ellison. Joshua H 

Faulkner. James N 



Footman. John M 
Giles. James M 



Godwin, Stephen 

Gwaltney, William F.. 

Hines, John W 

Hurst, William M 

Hurst. John M 

Hurst, Thomas H 

Jackson, William 

Jackson, Newton 

Jackson, George W 

Johnson, Milton 

Kersey, William 

Kinsey, J. Irvin 

Lamb. Samuel H 

Lester, B. E 

Lynn, John F 

Lynn. William N 

McDowell. Franklin. 

McDowell, William 

McLeod, John B 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

IN. OUT. 



Nov. 



•c,l 



Nov. 25, '61 



Jan. '61 

Nov. 24, '61 



Nov. 24, '61 



Nov. 



ill 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



April 



•('.2 



April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



Promoted Major. 

Transferred from Company H, 2nd Infantry and 
promoted Captain. 



From prison on Johnson's Island, O; promoted 

3rd Lieutenant. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Promoted Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Promoted Corporal. 



Discharged after one years service, disabled by 
chronic inflammation of the bowels; re-enlisted 
in Taylor County and became Captain of 5th 
Florida Battalion; formerly Carraway Smith's 
Company. 

Promoted Captain of some other Company in this 
Regiment. 

Captured at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 22, '64; 
imprisoned at Camp Chase, O., until March, '65; 
paroled. 

Died of pneumoniaJanuary 1, '63. 

Wounded at Nashville, Tenn., December, '64. 



Cause; disability, re-enlisted in '64 in William J. 
Bailey's, then in Fernandez's Company; "Home 
Guards." 



Sergeant. 

Promoted Lieutenant; Company 
talion; Scott. 



Sergeant. 



'C," 5th Bat- 



256 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company F — ist Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MDSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 








Musician. 

Sergeant; died of measles May 3, '63. 

Transferred to Company "G," 3rd Infantry 

Langford. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 

Bugler. 

Mentioned for gallantry. 




Mathis, John G 
















Miller. Frank 








Nis, Elijah 








Paley, E. \V 




April 26, '65 












Jan. '61 












Rnker. John M 
















Rodgers, W. 




April 26, '65 




Sallis, David 






Scott, Damtl W 




















April 26, 65 




Singleton, Richard 






















Snencer, William J 
























Stokeley, John r> 
























Tully, George W 




April 26, 'Go 




Tully, W. C 






Walker, Henry W 








Whigham, David 
















Youngblood, Abram W 









Roll Company G — ist Florida Cavalry. 



MISTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFF!.' RS. 

Captains— 

Nicholson S. Cobb.. 
D. E. Maxwell 



ist Lieutenant — 

Henry Bradford 

2nd Lieutenant — 

John G. Rawls 

3rd Lieutenants — 

Burrell Stokes 

Thomas Pedrick 

J. F. Hart 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Apple, Louis 

Beck, Robert D 

Benefield. Eli 

Brock, James A 

Daniels, Louis 

Davis, Daniel J 

Everett, Arthur E 

Fairc-loth, Daniel 

Faircloth, Sanford 

Gainer, John 

Gaines, John 

Harris, Joseph B 

Hairs. John R 

Harvall, Joseph B 

Highsmith, Isaac 

Hogans, Monroe 

Holden, Daniel P 

Hudson, Garrett 

Hurst, J. M 

Johns, James W 

Kelly, Archibald E 

Lang, Edward 

Lang, Levi 

Lofton, Jesse 

Lynn, Andrew J 

McGehee, Samson 

McLeaud, Alexander. 



July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 



July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 
July 13, '61 



Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 



July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 



Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

July 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 

Julv 13, '61 



April 26, '65 



Transferred from Company H, 2nd Regiment Ca- 
valry and promoted Captain; Company G, 1st 
Cavalry, '64. 



Promoted Lieutenant. 
Promoted Lieutenant. 



Corporal. 
Sergeant. 

Farrier. 
Corporal. 



Shot at Chickamauga September 20, '63. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



257 



Roll Company G — 1st Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



McLeaud, Neil 

Martin, Harrison 

Meddus, Green 

Nobles, Saunders 

Parish, James 

Patrick, Thomas 

Philpot, Anderson 

Philpot, James J 

Price, Barrett 

Renfrow, Nathaniel J.. 
Roddenbery, William.. 

Shepherd, Miles 

Shipp, William 

Sparksman, Henry 

Starling 

Starling, Thomas 

Strawn, David 

Thomington, Thomas.. 

Tiner, E. J 

Walker, Eanah 

Walker, Isham 

Walker, Landrie A 

Waters, Richard 

Weeks, James T 

White, Haser 

Wilkinson, James H 

Wilkinson, Lewis 

Wilkinson, William R.. 

Wilkinson, Willis 

Williamson, Cornelius. 

Williamson, John 

Williamson, Stephen.. 
Williamson, William... 

Wood, Absalom B 

Wood, Igdolio N 



MUSTERED 



Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



13, '61 
13, '61 



1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 



1, '61 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 

1, '61 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Corporal. 



Bugler. 
Corporal. 



Blacksmith. 



Mentioned for gaOantry^at Chickamaug? 
Bugler. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 



Roll Company H — 1st Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

Noble A. Hull 

D. E. Maxwell 

1st Lieutenants — 
Joseph R. Haddock.. 
Ira L. McCollum 



James P. Morgan 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Daniel C. Sanders 

3rd Lieutenant — 

William Edwards 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Baker, George W 

Bass, Benjamin 



July 



July 
Oct. 16, 



Bell, Thomas N 

Boasman, Joseph H. 

Bowen, William 

Brock, James A 



Brock, Merideth 
Brooks, George W. 

Bronson, S. P 

Conner, William O. 

Corbin, James W 

Cowart, John F 



Carl, Jesse Sr 

Carl, Jesse Jr 

Davenport, William B. 

Dawson, James H 

Dees, Nathaniel M 



MUSTERED 



'61 



June 19, '65 



April 26, '65 



July 1, 
July 
July 1, 



HI 



July 
July 
Dec. 



July 
Dec. 



'61 



'(.I 



Dec. 



CI 



July 

July 1, 

July 1, 

July 1, 

July 1, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Resigned. 

Promoted to Captain; Company "H," 1st Cavalry. 



Wounded and captured at Murfreesborough, Tenn. , 
December 4, '64; imprisoned at Fort Delaware 
until paroled; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 



Sergeant. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 25, 

'63, and died in prison at Rock Island, March 

4, '64. 
Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 

25, '63; imprisoned at Rock Island. 

Discharged for disability, re-enlisted in Captain 
Lutterloh's Company; promoted 1st Lieutenant 
Company "I," 1st Cavalry and again 1st Lieu- 
tenant in Lutterloh's Company. 

Sergeant. 

Died, November 4, '64. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, '63. 
Captured and sent to prison at Rock Island where 

he died February 28, '64. 
Farrier. 

Corporal. 



258 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA 



Roll Company H — ist Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Demere, Vinclau 


July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July '61 
July 1, '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July 1, '61 




Corporal. 






Dupree, George W 




Corporal. 


Ellis, Joseph A 




Feilding, John T 






Forsom, Patrick H 






Forsom, William G 






Fuqua, James 






Goff, William C 




Died in hospital during the war. 


Goodbread, Thomas 


July '61 




Greene, B. H 


April 26, '65 




Hair, Rowland 




Killed at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64. 

Captured at Missionary Ridge, taken to Rock Is- 
land prison, 111., remained there until close of 
war. 

Discharged from Rock Island prison. 

Sergeant. 


Hatch, Silas 






Hawkins, T. H 


Nov. '61 
July '61 


June 19, '65 


Herring, Henry H 


Holland, D 




Jenkins, D. F ;. 




April 26, '65 




Johnson, Alexander L 


July '61 
July '61 
July '61 


-- 


Johnson, James 






Kelly, Robert W 






Lee, Jesse 




Died at Chattanooga, Tenn., May 1, '62. 


Leech, Baxton M 


July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
July '61 
Jan. '62 
July 1, '62 
July 1, '62 
July 1, '62 
July 1, '62 




Lochlin, Gideon 






Lochlin, John 






Lochlin, William 






Low, Thomas M 






McClellan, Charles.. 






Martin, G. W. . 


April 26. '65 


Captured at Missionary Ridge, paroled from 
prison May 20, '65. 


Mathews, Zackeriah... B 


Owens, Benjamin F. 




Parker, Owen W . 






Parker, Walter M 






Peacock, J. A 


'64 


Discharged for disability; shot at Missionary 
Ridge December 27, '63. jtf 

Captured at Olustee, imprisoned at City Point and 
Washington City until close of war. 


Pedder, Thomas 


July 1, '62 


Rawls, J. W 


Oct 1 '62 


April 26, '65 


Reese, Thomas A... 


July 1, '62 


Roberts, J. D 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Promoted Corporal. 


Sheffield, D. B 




Simmons, G. W 




Sergeant; mentioned for gallantry. 


Simmons, Moses N 


July '61 




Smith, H. M 


April 26, '65 




Smith, John L 


July '62 
July '62 
July '62 




Smith, Lovett 






Smith, Robert R 






Smith, S. A 


April 26, '65 




Smith, Simon S 


July '62 
July '62 
Nov. 28, '62 




Swinnnev, Thomas 






Tedder, Thomas R 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Tavell, Sampson.. 


Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 
24, '63; imprisoned at Rock Island, 111. 


Walker, Benjamin 


July '62 
July '62 
June '62 
July '61 
July '62 
Julv '62 
July 1, '61 


W alker, George P . 




Walker, James M 






Walker, William T . 






Wiley, Isaac J ... 






Wright, George 






Ya-tes, Needham 







Roll Company I — ist Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

W. D. Clark 


July '61 




Promoted Captain 
Sergeant. 


Co. G; resigned 


March 20, 




ist Lieutenant — 

Samuel J. Kennard 






2nd Lieutenant — 








3rd Lieutenants — 






'63 


R. B. Weeks 




April 26, '65 




ENLISTED MEN. 






Anderson. William 









SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



259 



Roll Company I — 1st Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



Appel, Louis 

Avery, C. S 

Barrv, Joseph H 

Barry, W. F 

Barker, James A.... 

Beale, William M 

Beck, R. D 

Bennefield, Eli Hardy. 

Barrv, Frank 

Bigham, W. C 

Boune, James H 

Cale, George 

Cale, John 

Cason, Bartholomow .. 
Chaistwell, James M... 

Cheser, Leroy 

Cheser, William W 

Coker, Egbert Beville. 
Davis, Daniel J 



Denkins, William H. 

Dorman, John G 

Dunaway, John 

Ennis, James M 

Ennis, Mathew 

Faircloth, Daniel D.. 

Frier, A. A 

Fussell, Arnold 

Gaskins, William H.. 

Giddens, Andrew 

Gibson, Elisha 

Grimes, John 

Guest, Mathew 

Hagin, Peter T. J 



Hall, William 

Hamilton, Calvin 

Hamilton, Irwin 

Hamilton, Sherod M. 

Heagy, Henry 

Hester, William W... 

Hogan, Henry 

Hogan, Peter J. M 

Howell, E. T. (L.) 

Jackson. John A 

Johns, James W 

Jones, John 

Kelly, Jacob 

Kelly, John 

Kennard, James J 

Lee, Jesse 

Lof tin , Jesse 

Lynn, A. J 

Lynn, William 

McGlor, David 

McRae, James W 

Mattcair, James 

Merritt, Lucus 

Miller. William 

Mobley, Micajah 

Mobley, Ransom D... 

Moore, Jackson 

Moore, James 

Moore, Riley 

Morgan, Thomas 

Nelson, I. T 

Nobles, Alfred 

North, John 

Odom, John 

Parker, Richard 

Pennel, G. B 

Prevatt, Reuben 

Pringle, Thomas D... 

Register, George 

Richards, Job T 

Roberson, Hardy 

Roberts, James L ... . 

Shipp, William 

Sanchez, Frank H 



Stanton, George W. 
Stewart, Henry G... 
Strobbles, Jacob G. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Dec. 



Jan. 
Jan. 



'62 

Y.I 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 



REMARKS. 



June 
Dec. 



Feb. 



'62 



Mch. 


'62 


April 26, 


Jan. 


'62 


April 26, 


Mch. 


'61 


Mav 9, 


Oct, 


'61 





Dec. 20, '61 
Oct. '61 



Mch. 



'62 



Dec. 
Jan. 



5, '61 
•61 



'62 



April 26, '65 



Wounded at Murfreesborough December 4, '64; 

captured and sent to Camp Chase, O; paroled 

from there '65. 
Shot and captured; died in prison at Chattanooga 

November, '63; promoted Sergeant. 

Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63 
Wounded at Atlanta July 22, '64; also bayonet in 
arm. 

Discharged, '63; disability incurred in line of duty. 



Shot at New Hope Church, Ga., June 10, '64. 
Discharged at Knoxville December, '62, for injury 

to knee. 
Blacksmith. 



Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. 



'65 

'65|By parole from Rock Island prison at close of the 

'65 war; mentioned for gallantry. 

'64|Discharged on account of wounds; wounded four 
dii»erent times in battle, at Resaca, Missionary 
Ridge, Chickamauga and near Rome, Ga., the 
last a fracture of the skull. 
Corporal. 



April 26, "65 



April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



May 



'65 



April 26, '65 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 

April 26, '65 



Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September 2> 
Shot in Kentucky August '62. 
Corporal. 

1st Sergeant, 

Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64. 



'.3. 



Corporal. 



Died in service. 



Sergeant. 



Wounded at Savannah. 

Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December 

'63. 
Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, '63. 

Sergeant, 



260 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I — ist Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Thomas, James E 


'62 






Tomlinson, Naan 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Tranthem, W. P 






Tyer, John 




» 


Tyner, Edward J 








Walker, Isham 




April 26, '65 




Ward, Richard 






Weeks, George W 








Weimer, Daniel 








Weiner, Tounsend 








White, H 






Died at Camp Chase February, '65; grave No. 1304 


Wilkerson, J. H 




April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Williams, Stephen 


Dec. '61 
Dec. '61 




Williamson, Stephen 




Willis, R. T 





Roll Company K — ist Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

David Hughes 


July 1, '61 
June '61 

July 1, '61 




Resigned '62; disability. 
Promoted Captain '62. 


G. Finley 




ist Lieutenants — 

Emmet E. Barry 




Andrew G. LaTaste 




1st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; resigned 

April 24, '64. 
Resigned April 24, '64. 


2nd Lieutenant — 

William Hughes 


July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 




3rd Lieutenant — 

William Piatt 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, William F 






Barber, Elbert E 


July 1, '61 
Dec. '62 
Jan. 1, '62 
July 1, '61 






Barber, William W 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Bradley, R. J 


Sergeant. 


Combee, Hampton 


Crews, Micajah 






Crews, W. A 


July 1, '61 






Crews, William B 






Colbert, Benjamin F 


July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 






Colbert, Felming 






Colding, J. L 


April 26, '65 




Cooper, James M 


July 1, '61 




Crichton, John W 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Darby, John W 






Darby, Thomas J 


July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 




Drew, William C 






Futch, J. W 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 


Corpor . 
Bugler. 


Futch William 


Jan. 20, '62 
July 1, '61 
Jan. 18, '61 

July 1, '61 
Mch. '61 

Mch. 1, '61 




Goddard, Harvey J 




Mentioned for gallantry; wounded September 19, 
'63; was not in army service after that date; dis- 
charged at reorganization at Chickamauga; 
something about right arm; mentioned for Cor- 
poral. 

Corporal. 


Gold, Andrew 






April 25, '65 


Harris, Samuel B. S 


Harville, Davi 1 L 




Hendry, William M 


Mch. 1, '61 
Jan. 1, '62 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
Jan. 1, '62 






Holton, Thomas J 


April 26, '65 




Hull, Stephen 


Corporal. 


McKinney, Samuel 




McLellan, William 






McNeil, James 


April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 




Malvin William .. 


Sergeant. 

Shot through body at' Missionary Ridge" Decem- 
ber 27 '63 


Miley, James T 


Jan. '62 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
July 1, '61 
Jan. '61 
July 1, '61 
Jan. 20 '62 
July 1, '61 
Jan. '62 
July 1. '01 


Monroe, John 


Peele, Jerry .. 






Peele, Lemuel. . 






Peters, Allison W . 






Peters, George... . 






Phan, James 






Pollock, John 






Purvis, William 


May '63 


Disability. 


Smith, Simon 


Tanner, John W 


April 26. '65 


Promoted Sergeant. 
Corporal. 


Tyer, Hillary 


Wade. Andrew E 

Hopkins M 


April 26, '65 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll, Field and Staff— 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



26l 



' NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonel — 








Lieutenant-Colonel — 








Major — 








Surgeon — 






Transferred to Georgetown hospital. 


Assistant-Surgeons — 
A. P. Smith 














With Co. H, Detached. 










P. H. Hudson 






Detached from Campbell's Artillery. 


J. M. McCall 








Adjutant — 








Sergeant-Major — 








Quartermaster — 








•Commissary — 

Chaplain — 
J. C. Ley 








Quartermaster-Sergeant — 
W. W. Willis 








■Commissary-Sergeant — « 
Hospital Steward — 









Roll Company A (Milton Dragoons) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Clinton Thigpen 

1st Lieutenant — 

Frederick N. Fuller. 
2nd Lieutenants — 

William A. Jeter 

Hiram N. Pace 

3rd Lieutenant — 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, J. M 

Adams, William 

Alender, Augustus R 

Armstrong, George M 

Austin, William 

Baker, Robert G 

Bateman, Malachi 

Bauldrew, Frederic 

Bolin, John 

Bolin. William 

Broughton, J 

Brown, C. W 

Buie. D. C 

Buie, John N 

Cash, James D 

Castlebery. Elias 

Castlebery, Milton 

Colley, Beaslev 

Conner, David 

Con tie, Nicholas 

Darby, Retey G 

Davis, Andrew J 

Davis, John M 

Davis, Riley 

Dennis, John W 

Driggers, B. A 

Ferguson, Archibald C 

Field. Augustus M 

Foster, Shepnard 

Fowler, Asa F 

Franklin, Francis M 

Gannon, John 

Glenn. J. H 



Mch. 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 



Mch. 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 



Mch. 10, '62 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 20, '65 



Mch. 10, '62 



Mch. 10, '62 

April 10, '62 

April 1, '62 

April 1, '62 

April 1, '62 



May 20, '65 



Mch. 10, '62 



Mch, 10. '62 



June 15, '63 

Mch. 10, '62 

Anril 1, '62 

Mch. 1, '63 

July 1, '61 

April 1, '62 

Mch. 10, '62 

Mch. 10, '62 

Mch. 10, '62 

April 1, '62 



Mch. 1, '61 



May 20, '65 



Promoted Captain Co. E, 5th Florida Battalion 
Cavalry. 



Thrown from horse and wounded in October, '64. 
Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 



May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 



REMARKS. 



Transferred Seotember 4, '61, to Capt. James 
Faulkner's Company. 



262 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A (Milton Dragoons) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Hagan F. B 






Wounded at Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 
Lst Corporal. 

Transferred to Jeter's CompanyJ E, 5th [B 
Wounded at Gainesville, Fla., '04. 

Corporal; transferred, '63 to Company E, 
tullion Cavalry under Captain Jeter; 
from prison at close of war. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 
Corporal. 

lst Sergeant. 
Corporal. 














Oct. '61 
A.pril 10, '62 




























Mch. 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 












Howell, M. T 








April 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 


























Hyatt, E. N 










Mch. 10, '62 






Jackson, T. H 
















Mch. 10, '62 
April 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 














May 20, 


'65 










'61 

Mch. 10, '62 
April 1, '62 


























April 1, '62 






Kin" M. D 








April 10, - 62 
Arril 10, '62 
April 10, '62 
Mch. 10. - t>J 














May 20, 


'65 


5th Bat- 






paroled 




April 10, '62 
April 1, '62 


































McCardv, A. F 




May 20, 


'65 






Mch. 10, '62 
April 10, '62 
Acril 10, '62 
Mch. '62 






May 20, 


'65 








McMillan, John 


May 20, 


'65 










Mch. 10, '62 

'62 

Dec. 20, '6^ 








May 20, 

May 2(1, 


'65 
'65 




Mills, M . . 




Mitchell, Colby C 














April 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 






Myers, Mathew R 






Niel, W. H 


May 20, 
May 20, 


'65 
'65 












Mch. 10, '62 
April 1, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 




Pickett, Hiram W 






Piles, William 








May 20, 


'65 






April 10, '62 










Powell, William 










Mch. 10, '62 
April 1, '62 
April 10, '62 
April 1, '62 
April 1, '62 
April 1, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 
April 1, '62 
April 10, '62 
April 10, '62 






































May 20, 

May 20, 


'65 

'65 


























Mch. 10, '62 








Shaw, William D 


April 1, '62 






Shuler, William E... 


May 20, 


'65 






Mch. 10, '62 
April 10, '62 
April 10, '62 
April 10, '62 






























Mch. 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '62 














May 20, 
May 20, 
May 20, 


'65 
'65 
'65 






Mch. 10, '62 
April 1, '62 




Summers, Jacob A 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



263 



Roll Company A — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




April 10, 
Mch. 10, 


'62 
'62 






Thigpen, John T 




Sergeant; severely wounded at Natural Bridge. 










May 


20, 


'65 




Turner, R. L 








Mch. 10, 


'62 


May 
May 
May 

May 


20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
















April 1 , 
April 1 , 


'62 

'63 


Transferred, '63 to A. C. Smith's Company, 5th 
Battalion. 


Whitehurst, C. J 


Whiteside, G. H 
















Mch. 10, 
Mch. 10, 


'62 
'62 


May 


20, 


'65 














Wood, William L 


Mch. 10, 
Mch, 10. 
Mch 10, 


'62 
'62 































Roll Company B — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

-Captains — 

Winston Stephens... 

Ben Hopkins 

H. A. Gray 

1st Lieutenant — 

R. H. McLeod Jr 
2nd Lieutenant — 

S. B. W. Stephen... 
3rd Lieutenants — 

William W. Shedd.. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



April 
'Nov. 
April 



M. Smith 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alvarez, D. G 

Alvarez, J. R 

Barnes, James F 

Barratte, A 

Baya, Joseph 



April 

April 
April 



Bagley. T. C 

Beasley, E 

Becks, J. L 

Bennett, R. L 

Boer, John 

Bomshier, Mathaias 

Braddock, John 

Braddock, Joseph 

Braddock, William 

Bradley, B. H 

Bradshaw, James B 

Branning, D. L 

Branning, T. J 

Bryant, D. H 

Brower, G 

Brown, Simon S 

Cannon, James 

Cannon, Reddick 

Cappo, Mitchell 

Carpenter, Samuel 

Carter, John R 

Carter, William 

Connell, James R 

Cook, E 

Cook, George 

Corbett, John 

Dardis, James 

Dellaberry. F 

Dellaberry, W 

Denmark, William H 
Donaldson, George W. 
Donaldson, John F 
Dukes, J. J 



April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
A pril 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'62 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 20, '65 



April 25, '65 
May 20, '( 



May 
May 



May 
May 



'63 



'65 
'65 



'65 
'65 



'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62May 20, '65 



May 22, '65 
May '65 

May '65 



Killed at Cedar Creek near Jacksonville March 1, 

'64. 
Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain. 

Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant; captured and paroled 

at Jacksonville April 25, '65. 
Promoted 3rd Lieutenant. 



Captured at Olustee and imprisoned at Fort Dela- 
ware. 
Shot at Olustee March. '64. 



'62 May 20, '65 

'62 May 20, '65 

'62 May 20, '65 

'62 May 20. '65 



May 20. '65 
May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 



May 20. '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 



May 20. '65 
May 20, '65 



REMARKS. 



Paroled from prison. 



Promoted Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



264 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



Durrance, William 

Dykes, Duncan 

Dykes, E. D 

Dykes, Jackson T 

Eubanks, W. N 

Fleming, F. A 

Flood, Patrick 

Forward, Henry H 

Futch, James W 

Gaines, J 

Gibson, Denis W 

Glisson, D. W 

Glisson, W. Riley 

Goodson, Madison 

Granger, H 

Granger, John A 

Granger, Meredith 

Granger, Meredith D. 

Greely, J. C 

Griffith, H 

Griffith. S 

Griffin, Jeremiah 

Groom, J 

Grooms, Riley 

Hewett, Joe M 

Hires, Joe M 

Hopkins, Henry T 

Hopkins, Joseph 

Houston, D. P 

Houston, J. R 

Hunter, Archibald 

Jennings, Edward S... 

Johns, H. A 

Jones, William T 

Killingsworth, C. L. .. 

King, J. A 

Lancy, J. R 

Lane. James 

Lee, Daniel B 

Lee, George W 

Lee Thomas J 

L'Engle, Edward 

Livingston, Morgan .... 
Livingston, Warren ... 
Livingston. William... 

Lucas, William H 

McLeod. D. C 

McRae, George W 

Malette, F. F. 

Metts, Jefferson A 

Metts, Lafayette 

Metts, Reddon 

Mizell, John 

Moats, Henry 

Moats, John 

Monroe. P 

Moody, Berrien 

Moody, Jacob 

Olesbv, D. 

Olesby, C 

Osteen, John A 

Perry, Abram 

Priest, Gabriel W 

Priest, James C 

Priest, John 

Priest, William 

Pinner, James 

Purdam, James H 



Reelingsworth, C. L 

Revels, W. E 

Roberts, Evans 

Rollerson, Mathew 

Sanders, M .. 

Shally, J. H 

Shall v, Thomas . 
Shook, B. F . . 

Sibley, L. G 

Smith, F. B 

Snowdon, Edward 

Soland, Mathew 

Solowinsky, Frederick 
Sparkman, C. W 



MUSTERED 



April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 

June 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

A;ril 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

Jan. 2, 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 
May '65 



May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
Mav 20, '65 



May 
May 



20, 
20, 



May 20, '65 



May 20, '65 



May 
May 
May 
May 



20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 



May 20, '65 



May 
May 



20, 
20, 



May 20, '65 



'62 

'61 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'61 

'61 

'61 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'63 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 Mav 20, 

'62 Mav 20, 

'62 ! 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 

'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 

'62 



May 
May 
May 
May 



May 
May 



May 
May 



20, 
20, 
20, 
20, 



'62 Mi 



'62 
'62 
'62 

'61 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
'62 
•62 



May 



May 
May 



May 
May 



May 20, '65 



'65 
'65 



REMARKS. 



Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Captured at 
Delaware. 



Corporal. 



Olustee and imprisoned at Fort 



'65 
'65 



'65 

'65 



May 20, 
May 20, 
May 20, 



20, 
20, 
20, 



20, 
20, 



20, 
20, 



May 20, '65 



Sergeant. 
Farrier. 



Promoted'Bugler. 



Captured August"~4, '63; paroled^from prison at 

close ofjwar. 
Sergeant. 



PromotedrCorpora I. 

Blacksmith. 

— ' — in — 

Promoted Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



265 



Roll Company B — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Standley, Isham 

Stephens, Charles 

Stephens, Naaman 

Stephens, Swepston.... 

Tompkins, James A 

Tompkins, W. P 

Trouell, M. J 

Tyner, Jesse C 

Tyner, Willis R 

Wall, B. S 

Wall, S. Jackson 

Wall, Lawrence D 

Waterbury, H. W 

Watson, B. F 

Weathersbee, George.. 
Weathersbee, Joshua.. 

Weineer, J. D. A 

Wilkerson, H 

Wilkerson, John 

Wilkerson, William 

Wingate, A. A 

Wingate, Isaac 

Wingate, W. H 

Yelvington, Richard... 



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Corporal. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 
Promoted Corporal. 
Bugler. 



Promoted Corporal. 



Promoted Sergeant. 



Roll Company C — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William E. Chambers 

istlLieutenants — 

H. A. McCormick 

Samuel C. Reddick 

and Lieutenant — 

Thomas P. Boulware 

»rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams. K. P 

Atkinson, Ira D. M 

Atkinson, M 

Beckett, Edward M 

Bevill, Robert H 

Bevill, Stephen C 

Black, David 

Blake, Thomas H 

Blitch, S. H 

Blitch, William H 

Boatwright, John J 

Boulware, Benjamin P 

Boulware, Robert P 

Bowers, T. J 

Bradshaw, J. B 

Brad'ord, James J 

Bradford, Thomas 

Brevard, Edward C 

Brooks, John H 

Brown. B. W. 

Buckman, William 

Carter. Jesse 

Cassady, A. J 

Cassady, Benjamin F 

Casady. Wilson W 

Cauthen, Andrew J 

Chapman, Gillis P 

Chamberlain, George S 

Chestnut, James 

Chesser, J. W 

Clark, Absalom C 

Cook, Anzeo W 

Collins, Henry M 

Colson, Barnard 

Connell, James R 

Connell, William R 

Coolter, Alexander 

Cromer, William'L 

Crews, Samuel P 



June 1, 
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Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant. 



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Bugler. 



Discharged for disability; died of measles at Fer- 
nandina, Fla., November 4, '63. 



266 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company C — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Demere, Raymond 

Dickison. Charles B 

Dixon, Josiah B 

Dogan, John 

Duplies, J. S 

Edwards, Adeniram J 

Edwards, John S 

Ellerbe, Richard P 

Emmerson, Andrew J 

Feaster, Jacob M 

Feaster, John P 

Gambrell, William W 

Gansv, Henrv M 

Girt, Robert T 

Graddick, Nicholus 

Hadsock, William 

Haile, Edward 

Haile, John 

Harris, John M 

Harrison, Henry C 

Harrison, J. K 

Harville, Jesse S 

Hawthorn, Elijah T 

Haynes, Bunberry 

Ives, William 

Jackson, L. W 

Johnson, Robert E 

Johnson, Thomas A 

Johnson, William E 

Jones, James M 

Kilgore, James F 

King, John W. F 

Kincaird, James 

Kinster, Hugh 

Knoblock, William 

Lee, George M 

Leonard. Alexander H 

Lewis, Wilbur G 

Lewis, Thomas B 

Lewis, Thomas W 

Lewis, William B 

Lewis, William E 

Letford, William 

Love 11, Burazillar 

McAteer. A. J 

McAteer, Jessee S 

McClure, Robert L 

McLeod, Alexander 

McLeod, Daniel C 

Marsh, Moses 

Mathews, John L 

Mathews, John T 

Mattox, George C 

Miller, John J 

Mixon, John B 

Mixon, Miles G 

Moody, Daniel B 

Monroe, Augustus 

Newson, Andrew J 

Nix, James P 

Parker, James P 

Payne, M. L 

Perrv, John S 

Pheiffer, John W 

Price. Alex. P 

Price, H. C 

Priest, G 

Purdom, J. H 

Rouse, Benjamin P 

Row, S. F 

Ruff, George C. W 

Ruff, Joseph H 

Sistrunk, G. M 

Sistrunk, Henry I 

Sistrunk, James S 

Sistrunk, Thomas W. J 

Shuford, William T 

Sligh, Jacob M 

Shettlesworth, William P.. 

Simpson, Henry G 

Speer, John B 

Sperry, Norman S 

Stokes, John H 



April 
Sept. 



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May 
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May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
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Corporal. 
Farrier. 



Shot at Petersburg, Va., September 15, '64. 



Wounded while pursuing deserters January 5, '65. 
Bugler. |ygj 



Sergeant. 

Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant. 



1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 



Captured and confined at Fort? Delaware until 
close of war. 

Shot at Marshall Swamp March 12, '65. 



Wounded at Olustee by fall of horse, February 22. 
"T64. 

Transferred to Morgan's Cavalry; paroled from 
prison. 

Wounded February 14, '64 at Olustee, Fla. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



267 



Roll Company C — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Tanner, S. V 


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May 20, '65 






Transferred from 7th Regiment, Vandlanding- 
ham's Company; discharged for disability, '64. 


Waldo, J. W 


May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
Mav 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 
Mav 20, '65 
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May 20, '65 










Re-enlisted from Company H, 1st Infantry. 








Wincoff, William F 


Corporal. 










Corporal. 













Roll Company D (Captain Scott's Company) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

P. B. Brokaw 

G. W. Scott 

D. B. Maxwell 

1st Lieutenant — 

D. W. Gwynn 

2nd Lieutenant — 

E. A. Hart 

3rd Lieutenant — 

D. W. Scott 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alderman, A 

Andrews, J. A 

Boswell, A. W 

Barber, John W 

Barber, W 



Barber, W. M 

Barco, P. T 

Barno, Peter 

Billingsley, J. S.. 

Bond, Elbert 

Bradley, G. W.... 
Bradford, W. M. 

Branch, J. H 

Braswell, M. M... 
Chaires, Samuel.. 

Chaires, T. P 

Coleman, W. K . 
Council, John C. 
Croom, A. C 



Cromartie, J. Q 

Crowder, A. H 

Crowder, R. H 

Dugger, I. L 

Dugger, J. L 

Dugger, Thomas... 

Dugger, N. M 

Denham, William. 

Ferril, A. M 

Ferril, J. S 

Finklea, A. J 

Fletcher, J. M 

Fletcher, M. N 

Fletcher, R. R 

Floyd, George C... 
Floyd, W. H 



Galpin, J. M 

Grambling, J. W. 

Gray, J. H 

Gregory, H. C 

Green, T. J 

Grice, J. A 

Harris. A. F 

Hand, C. D 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 



Mch. 
Mch. 



Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
April 19, 
Mch. 5, 
Oct. 24, 



Mch. 5, 
Mch. 17, 
Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
Oct. 14, 



April 14, 

Sept. 1, 

April 12, 

Mch. 5, 

Mch. 5, 



Y>2 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 



April 



Mch. 5 

April 19 

Mch. 5 

Sept. 20 

Mch. 5 

Mch. 5 

Oct. 1, 

April 19 

Mch. 5 

Mch. 5 

Mch. 5 

Mch. 5 

Mch. 5 



'63 



June 



•<;:! 



Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
Mch. 10, 
Mch. 5. 
April 9, 
Mch. 5, 



'62 



••;.-, 



May 6, '65 



Resigned. 
Promoted Captain. 



4th Sergeant. 

Absent sick, August 14. 

Transferred October 24 from Captain Milton's Co. 

F (M. T. A.), Volunteer Battery and clothing 

money paid. 

Discharged September 1, having furnished P. H. 
McCook as substitute. 



Absent sick October 13. 

Absent sick October 14; bounty due. 

Accidentally lost four fingers August 24, '63. 

3rd Corporal; absent sick October 18; promoted 

July 8, from 4th Corporal. 
Discharged October 26 by civil authorities. 

Captured October 1, '64; paroled from prison at 
close of the war. 

Absent sick October 7; bounty due. 

5th Sergeant. 

Sent to general hospital May 8. 

Thrown from horse and injured in back. 

Transferred September 1 to Captain Gamble's Co. 

in exchange for T. P. Charies. 
2nd Sergeant. 



Paroled. 

Absent sick August 19. 



268 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D (Captain Scott's Company) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Hand, W 

Harris, W 

Hart, B. F 

Houstoun, E. M.. 
Humphries, J. D. 

Jenkins, B. W 

Jenkins, J. H 

Johnson, C. C 



Joyner, B. H.... 
Kindon, G. A... 
Kirksey, L. H.. 

Laing, W. E 

Laing, R. C 

Lasch, C 

Lester, John S. 



Lester, W. G 

Lester, R. E 

McCook, S. A 

McCook, P. H 

McCullum, E. S 

McEachin, J. M 

Mcintosh, B. M 

Munro, Robert 

Myers, C. A 

Mashburn, J 

Mathison, J. L 

Mathews, S 

Maxwell, John W.... 

Miller, C. K 

Moore, C 

Munroe, Robert 

Munroe, Thomas F. 

Myers, C. A 

Oliver, J. L 

Owens, T. W 

Parkhill, Samuel 

Parramore, R. W.... 

Posey, Noah 

Raker, M. D 

Raker, T. J 

Randolph, W. D 

Randolph, T. H 

Randolph, H 

Rawles, S 

Ridder, E. B 

Robinson, F 

Robinson, D. F 

Robinson, Charles.... 

Rhodes, E 

Strowman, J. L 

Strickland, A. J 

Strickland, G. B 

Shelfer, G. W 

Shelfer, W. H 

Shelfer, Joseph 

Stephens, J. A 

Saunders, M 

Saunders, F. L 

Saunders, Robert 

Shehee, S. B 

Shaw, James K 

Smith, A 

Spiller, A. F 

Spears, W. S 

Scott, A. M 

Story, Isaac 

Sylvester, James 



Tatum, T. P 

Tully, W. C 

Vickers, E 

Vickers, J 

Walsh, Bryant 

Walsh, Patrick 

Watson, J. H 

Watson, J. J 

Wamack, W 

Woodward, W. W.. 
Woodward, A. L.... 

Whetstone, N 

Whetstone, J. C 

Wilson, A. J 

Wilson, W. R 



MUSTERED 



Mch. 5, 

April 19, 

June 4, 

Mch. 5, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Mch. 5, 
May 22, 



Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 



Mch. 



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Mch. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
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5, 
5, 
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15, 
5, 
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5, 
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Mch. 
April 
April 



5' 
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12, 



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April 19, 



Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 
Mch. 5, 



Mch. 5, 
April 19, 
Mch. 5, 
April 19, 
Mch. 5. 
April 16, 
April 19, 
April 19, 



April 7, '65 



REMARKS. 



Discharged by order civil authorities, being a 
minor. 

Paroled. 

Detailed in Ordnance Department by Special Or- 
der No. 836 August 2. 



Discharged August 1, having furnished S. A. 

McCook as substitute. 
3rd Sergeant; absent sick October 27. 
4th Corporal; promoted July 8 from the ranks. 
Received August 1 as substitute for John S.Lester: 
Received September 1 as substitute for P. T. 

Barco. 
Absent sick October 1. 



Paroled. 

1st Sergeant. 



Absent sick September 16. 

1st Corporal; absent sick October 13. 

Corporal. ^ 

Died, '65, while in prison at Ship Island, Miss. 

Paroled. 

Absent sick October 12. 

Corporal; transferred July 8 to Waller's Co, 
Florida in exchange for James Sylvester. 



Absent sick October 15. 



Sent to general hospital Octo' r 15. 
Bounty, due. 



2nd Corpora!. 

Wounded in jaw. 

Sent to general hospital October 30; detailed in 
general hospital May 24; returned October 1. 



Transferred July 8 from Captain Waller's Co, 8th 

Florida Volunteers. 
Claims exemption as practical druggist. 



Captured October 8, '64; released"June, '65. 



Acting Hospital Steward of Co. from May 8. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company E (Beauregard Rangers) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



269 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Haley T. Blocker 

1 st Lieutenant — 

J. W. Oliver 

2nd Lieutenant — 

S. E. Conyers 

3rd Lieutenant — 

R. C. Booth 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Lucius 

Archer, Hugh 

Ashman, Lanford 

Bell, W, I 

Bell, J 

Blalock, W. H 

Blocker, John R 

Bratcher, Andrew 

Bruton, W. A 

Browning, J 

Colson, Jarnes 

Connell, Thomas 

Cook, W. G : 

Daniels. Robert 

Dassy, J 

Dassv, J. R 

Davis, H. C 

Drake, James R 

Dugger, J. F 

Dukes, C. E 

Dunham, J. F 

DuPont. A. S 

DuPont, C. W 

DuPont, J. H 

DuVal, Philip 

English, John W 

English, R 

Edwards, C. B 

Felkel. W. W 

Futchwanger. A 

Gallagher, Edward Y 

Gee, RichardX 

Gibbons, C. M 

Goodson, George W 

Goodson, Joseph 

Goodson, L 

Goodson, Madison 

Goodson, R 

Goza, J. M 

Gwynn, Thomas 

Handley, G. W 

Handley, J 

Havis, James R 

Hawthorne. John C 

Hawthorne. W. B 

Hernanes. J. W 

Higdon, J. J 

Hodges, J. J 

Holloman. J. W 

Hunter, M. B 

Hutchins, D. B 

Jones, A. L 

Kemp, W. B 

Kersev, David E 

King/J. H 

King, W. C 

Lang, A. C 

Lassiter, J. B 

Lassiter, J. J 

Lassiter, W. A. B 

Lipford, A. T 

McElvv, A. B 

McElroy. S. W 

McKinnon, J. B 

Martin , Jabez 

Maxwell. D. W 

Merritt, J. W 

Mills, John M 

Moore, A 

Munroe, B. H 

Muse, C. H 

Nasworth, George W 

Nasworth. H. W 



May 8, '62 

May 8, '62 

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May 8, '62 



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May 



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IN. 



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May 
May 
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May 
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May 
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May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
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Owens, J. M 'May 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



1st Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
2nd Sergeant. 



Wounded at Natural Bridge. 

Musician. 
Corporal. 



Reenlisted in Blocker s Co.: transferred to W . H. 
Milton's Co. 



May 10, '65 



Mav 10. '65 
May 10, '65 



Mav 10, '65 
May 10, '65 



Corporal. 

Corporal. 

' 

Captured. '64; imprisoned till close of the war at 

Shij. Island, Miss. 



270 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E (Beauregard Rangers) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Packard. D. C 

Pickett, F 

Pickett, J 

Pickett. James R 

Powell, H. G 

Rainey, W. C. H 

Rich, Thomas D 

Robertson, J. B 

Robertson, William. ... 
Robertson, William L 

Roland, Stephen C 

Sanborn, Ira W 

Saunders. Wright W.. 

Scott, William L 

Sealey, John E 

Sealey, J. J 

Simmons, H. B 

Singleton, W. H 

Smith, F. T 

Smith, T. Y., Jr 

Smith, W. W 

Spears. D. S 

Spears, Z 

Stanaland, George N.. 

Taylor, John L 

Towers, C. D 

West, Thomas H 

Whittle, A. H 

Williams. J. W 



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May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



Bugler. 



Died of disease at Camp Finnegan March 1, '64. 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 

May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



Sergeant. 



Roll Company F — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Samuel F. Row 








1st Lieutenant — 
George M. Whetstone 








2nd Lieutenants — 

John B. Dell 








George B. Ellis, Jr 








3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Anders, J. R 




April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 


• 


Andrews, C. J 






Andrews, R. J 






Banknight, J. A 






Barrow, L. C 






Beach, David C 


May 17, '62 


Anril 'fi5 


... 


Beach, John L 


May 17, '62 Anril '65 




Beach, L. J 




April '65 

Anril 'fiK 


"" f 


Beach, T. W . . 


June 17, '62 




Bell, Francis A 


May 15, '63|May 17, '65 




Belch, C. Davis 




Bevill, W. James 


May 17, '62 Mav 15 'fiS 




Biviam, I. J 




April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
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April '65 
April '65 




Blitch, N. A 






Blitch. W. H. H 




- '- 


Boston, K. W 






Brewer, M. E 




Corporal. 


Brown, W. Bartimas 




Bryan, David S 


May 15, '62 
Sept. 6, '61 




Bryan, T. J 




Buck, David C 










Cassidy, L. A. F 






Cauthon, Andrew J 






Coker, John B 






Collins, Charles H. W 






Collins, Mortimer H 






Colson, John G 






Colson, O. W 






Cone, H. M 






Cosby, 0. John 




Corporal. 


Dampier, Stephen 


Feb. '61 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



271 



Roll Company F — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Davis, Robert 

Drum, Doctor R 

Ellis, George B 

Ellerbe, Richard B 

Fennell, James, Jr 

Fennell, John 

Fleming, John T 

Fussell, W. W 

Gamble, James 

Gary, Thomas 

Geiger, Luther D 

Graddick, Edward W... 

Graddick, H. P 

Graham, M. E 

Griffin, John J 

Hennis, Davis G 

Hickson, Ezekiel P 

Hickman, E. P 

Krimmerger, Jacob L.... 

Lee, William H 

Limbaugh, Rufus K 

Lindsey, Patrick H 

Lites, John 

Markey, Thomas J 

McNair, Francis M 

McAteer, S. J 

Mcintosh, William R... 

Mathews, J. C 

Mickell, Solomon 

Osteen, William 

Overstreet, Albert H 

Perry, J. P 

Pongree. A. H 

Pooser, Francis D 

Pooser, James M 

Prichard, Robert S 

Ramsey, George W 

Reynolds, Benjamin L. 

Roberts, Anderson 

Row, A. B 

Row, Michael II 

Sellers, J. E 

Simmons B. J 

Smith, James M 

Smith, John 

Smith, Thomas W 

Stafford, Ezekiel C 

Standley, James W 

Stokes, Bindley 

Stokes, John R 

Stokes, William M 

Thomas, Edward W 

Tillman, Jesse 

Tillman. J. L 

Tillman, M. M 

Tillman, W. D 

Tison, Willliam 

Tucker, Benjamin E 

Tucker, S. C 

Tuten, Patrick H 

Vaught, William B 

Vinzant, William B 

Ward, Erma P 

Weeks, Francis M 

Weeks, Johnathan H... 

Willis. William W 

W T rede. Martin L 



May 15, '62 

May" "l2," "'62 



Mch. 1, '62 



May 17, '62 
'64 



April 15, '61 



May 2, '62 
May 2," '62 



May 17, '62 



Nov. 10, '62 
May'"l7, '62 
Feb. '63 



May 17, '62 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

A 1 nil 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

;Vpril 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

A 1 nil 

Ma;, 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

A [ .11I 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 
W. H. Cone 


Aug. 12, '63 
Aug. 12, '63 
Aug. 12, '63 






1st Lieutenant — 
W T . A. Sheffield 






2nd Lieutenants 







272 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



W. T. Weeks 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Barrenton, H 

Bethea, F. C 

Beilling, John W.. 

Bevill, S. P 

Bevill. John R 

Brooks, John W 

Bryant, L 

Bryant, J. L 

Bryant, T. I 

Cone, C. F 

Canova, A. B 

Cone. J. B 

Cheshire, A 

Cheshire, J. P 

Colson, M. D 

Colson, S. B 

Fetner, J. Z 

Fannell, J. P 

Feagle, H 

Floyd, D 

Goodbread, J. S 

Goodbread, J. T 

Gaylard. N. R 

Geiger. J. W 

Hunt. Thomas H 

Hunt, A 

Hunt. W. N 

Higginbotham, E. C 

Hancock, G. W 

Howard, H 

Jackson, W. B 

Jackson, Isham 

Jordan, David 

Keith, C. H 

Love, P. E 

Lee, E. S 

Lee, H. M 

Limeberger, L. W 

Lamb, J. J 

Langford, Taff 

May, Thomas I 

McCaskill. Thomas 

Mickler, William 

Milton, H. R 

Milton, William H 

Morgan, L. M 

McKay. Jit 

Mclnnis, Samuel 

O'Neill. C. C 

Parrish, R 

Pennington, W. P 

Pratt, W. H 

Parker, H. C 

Pickett, J. L 

Redding, T. C 

Renfroe, J. E 

Ramsey, Eli 

Ramsey, C. A 

Rogero, E 

Rousseau, J. L 

Smith, E. M 

Smith, J. G 

Smith, N 

Smith, A. S 

Smith. F. M 

Sutton, W. B 

Stancil. J. P 

Stephens, J. K 

Swift, Thomas 

Sanford, M. J 

Seigler, M 

Thompson, J. E 

Turner, L 

Turner, O. L 

Thomas, E 

Wimberly, W. B 

Waldron, K. S 

Warren, J. J 

Whilden, M. J 



MUSTERED 



Aug. 

Aag. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

April 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

May 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

April 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



'63 

'63 
'63 
'63 
'65 
'64 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'64 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'64 
'64 
'63 
'62 
'63 
'63 
'64 
'64 
'63 
'63 
^3 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'61 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'63 
'65 
'63 
'63 
'63 
'63 



May 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

April 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

Dec. 

April 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 



16, 

15, 
12, 
1, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
3, 
1, 
20, 
12, 
12, 
25, 
12, 
28, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
11, 
12. 
12, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
12. 
29, 
1, 
1, 
12, 
15. 
11, 
13, 



Artificer; absent sick. 
Absent sick. 
Corporal; absent sick. 

Absent with leave. 



Farrier. 
Corporal. 
Absent with leave. 



Absent with leave. 
Absent sick. 

Absent sick. 
Absent with leave. 
Bugler. 



Absent on special duty. 
Absent sick. 



Absent without leave. 
Prisoner of war. 
Absent sick. 
Corporal. 



Absent with leave. 



Absent without leave. 
Absent without leave. 
Absent without leave. 

Absent on special duty. 

Imprisoned at Newport News; paroled July, '65. 

Absent on special duty. 

Sergeant. 

Absent without leave. 



Absent sick. 



Bugler. 



Sergeant. 

Absent sick. 

Absent on special duty. 

Corporal. 

Prisoner of war. 

Absent sick. 

Absent without leave. 



Absent without leave. 
Absent sick. 



Absent without leave. 
Absent sick. 



Absent with leave. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



273 



Roll Company G (Capt. William H. Cone's Company) — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Wingate, J. B 


Dec. 9, '64 

Aug. 12, '63 

Aug. 12, '6:3 
Aug. 12, '63 




Absent 




DESERTED. 

Alford, \V. R 



















Roll Company H — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 


'62 
'62 
'62 






1st Lieutenant — 

W. A. McArdle 






2nd Lieutenant — 

D. F. S. Brantley 






3rd Lieutenant — 

W. J. McEaddy 






ENLISTED MEN. 


May 16, 


'63 
'63 


May 20, '65 
























Aug. 
July 


'62 
'63 








May 20, '65 








Bauknight, J. P 














Imprisoned at Fort Delaware, '64 and paroled 


Bell, J. B .. 






from there. 








Promoted 1st Sergeant. 


























Blount, J. L 








Boroughs, R. B .. 






Surgeon. 




Jan. 


'65 






Braddock, H. E 






Brantley, W. A.. . 
















Brock, R. D 
























Cain, W. D ... 


























Aug. 
Aug. 1, 


'62 
'64 


May 20, '65 
May 20, '65 




Cassels, William H 
















Clifton, F. M. 
















Clifton. J. C 










Oct. 


'62 










Sergeant. 




Oct. 22, 


'64 




Wounded at No. 4, near Cedar Keys, Fla. 


Crow, E. H... 














Dell, J. M .... 


























Aug. 


'62 




Sergeant; killed at Palatka August 2, '64. 


Dozier, H. C 




Sergeant. 












'64 


May 20, '65 




Fussell, J. W 












Gibson, C. T 
















Hall, B. A 








Hall, J 








Hall Llovde 








Hall, William M 


Aug. 15, 


'62 




Wounded by accident at Palatka February 1, '63 






near Green Cove Springs; again at Gainesville 








August 17. '64. 



















274 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company H — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




'63 






Hewett, J. L 


May 20, 


'65 


























Hodges, E. D 












May 20, 
May 20, 


'65 
'65 






Aug. 


'62 








Johns, J. M 

















































Sept. 17, 


'62 


May 20, 


'65 




































May 20, 


•62 Mav 20. 


'65 
'65 




Marsh, K 




May 20, 




Medici, F. A 








Meyer. B F 




Corporal. 


Miller R. W 




Monroe, D. S 














Odum. L. W 












May 20, 
May 20, 


'65 
'65 


Promoted Lieutenant and Acting Commissary of 
1st Regiment, Cavalry. 


Peters, A. H 


■i,.i 


Piggott, T. G 


Powell, L 
















Pruden, H. J 




















May 20, 


'65 












Sept. 


'63 


Mav 20, 
Mav 2D. 
Mav 2d, 
May 20, 


•65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
















Sept. 


'1;;; 












May 20, 


'65 


















Sheldon, R. S 
















Sligh, Samuel P 




May 20, 
May 20, 
May 20, 

Mav 20. 
Mav 20, 
Mav 20, 
Mav 20. 
Mav 20. 
Mav 20, 
Mav 20, 
Mav 20. 
May 20, 
May 20, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
•65 










Smith. R. H 








% 






Sept. 


'6:j 
'63 


• 










. A. M 










'62 
'63 




James A 


Oct. 






Nov. 15. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 


'64 
'62 

'62 

'02 






Captured at Tampa, Fla., March 22, '64; confined 
at Key West, then carried to Ship Island where 
he remained until the close of the war. 


Ward, J. J 


Watson, M. D 


May 20, 
Mav 20. 

May 20. 


'65 
'65 

'65 








Weeks, R. B 






Wood, J. A. J. W 


Aug. 15, 
Aug. 


'62 
'62 










Wright, H 


May 20. 


- 65 





Roll Company I — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

A. Smith 






Resigned. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



275 



Roll Company I — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



S. A. Parramore 

1st Lieutenant — 

2nd Lieutenant — 

J. N. Horn 

3rd Lieutenant — 

A. A. Griffin 

KXL1STED MEN. 

Albritton, John T 

Adams. Dennis 

Adams, R. W 

Allen. Henry 

Baniium, W. B 

Bishop, Joseph 

Blanton, David F 

Burning, A. B 

Calvin, Davis 

Carlton, I. P 

Carlton, Thomas A 

Carter, J 

Carter, J. W 

Caraway. William H 

Caraway, W. F 

Cave, I. W 

Coker, B 

Coker. T. J 

Collins, F. M 

Collins, George C 

Collins, J. H 

Cone. W. R 

Dean, J. W 

Drew, W. B 

Earnest, E 

Earnest, N. W 

Ellison, T. T 

Ezell, J. W 

Farnell, C. P 

Ferrell, E. J 

Fields, A. T 

Finnegan, J. R 

Flowers, J, W 

Forward, William F 

Griffin, W. D 

Grubbs. W. H 

Hampton, G. W 

Hamilton, I'. A 

Hampton, J. J 

Hampton, J. L 

Hampton, I. W 

Hulett, W 

Hendrv, J. W 

Hendry, Robert W 

Henderson, Edward H 

Henderson, Jasper M 

Hines, H. B 

Howard, W. F 

Jelks. N. P 

Jenkins, R. D 

Johnson. I. B 

Johnson. T. A 

Johnson, W. P 

Jones, 0. D 

Lipscomb, John 

Lipscomb, William C 

Loper, Curtis A 

Lundy, James T 

McCall, J. H 

McCall, M. P 

McMullen, David 

McMullen, E. H 

McMullen, Thomas J 

McPherson, J. J 

Mathis, John H 

Mathis. J. W 

Mavd. I. W 

Mays, R. J 

Morse, John R 

Oneal, C. C 

Oneal, John W 

O'Quinn, A. M 

Overstreet, G. W 

Paulling, F. F 

Pierce. S 

Poppell, Brinkley 




MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Oct. 



'63 



Mch. 

I April 9, 



Dec. 



April 



'63 



Jan. 

April 15, 



April '(>."> Promoted from Sergeant to Captain. 



April 

April 

A) nil 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

\pril 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 20, 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



Feb. 1. 
Mch. 8, 



April 
April 
April 
April 



April 



Mch. 5, 
Feb. 15, 



April 
April 

April 
62iAoril 
62 April 



'62 



Mch. 



Aug. 21, '63 



April 



April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'1;.-. 



Transferred from A t,» I . 



'65 

'65 
'65 

•li.-, 



Y,.-, 



Transferred to Houston's Artillery in '63. 
Promoted Bugler. 
Promoted Sergeant. 



Promoted Sergeant. 



Promoted Corporal. 
Wounded at Natural Bridge. 



Wounded at Natural Bridge. 
Sergeant. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 



Shot at Natural Bridge, Fla., March 6, '65. 
Transferred to Company F, 5th Battallion Cavalry. 



Transferred to Company K, 10th Regiment. June 
10, '63; lost right arm at Petersburg. Va., '64. 



276 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Randell, Theodore 

Robinson, J. B 

Roebuck, J. H 

Roulhoc, Jas. Blount G.. 

Rowell, John 

Shaw, J. A 

Shaw, J. T 

Sheffield, I. B 

Shiver, Isaac 

Slaughter, Moses W 

Slaughter, U. W 

Smith. D. R 

Smith, L. D 

Smith, W. J 

Spradley, Richard 

Strickland, M. F 

Strickland, W. W 

Sutten, J. T 

Talbert, D. M 

Tatem, J. F 

Thigpen, W 

Thomaston, John C 

Tillis, Richard 

Tillman, J 

Tucker, Jordan 

Vickers, E 

Wadsworth, B. D 

Wallace, F. M 

Ward, Council 

Ward. Evan W 

Ward, Isaiah 

Ward, John 

Ward, William H 

Whitlock, W. W 

Wilder, William W 

Witt, w. w 

Wordsworth, D. D 

Worrell. George 



MUSTERED 



'62 



Jan. 

....April 



'63 
'62 



April 



Oct, 



•ci 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April. 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



A] nil 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



Lost several fingers at Natural Bridge, Fla. 
Sergeant. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 

Promoted Sergeant. 



Roll Company K — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 








F. J. Clarke 












April 17, '65 




1st Lieutenant — 






2nd Lieutenant — 

W. T. Sorlev 






3rd Lieutenant — 


May 16, '62 






ENLISTED MEN. 


April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
ApriJ '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 
April '65 


vember, '64. 








Beaty, D. P 






Beem, D. E 






Bradley, J. H 






Butler, S. H 






Campbell. R 












Chalker, A. S 












Cone, J. B 








May 17, '62 
















Feb. 20, '64 




Futch, C. B 






























May 16. '62 






Green, W. G 


May 10, '62April '65 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company K — 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



277 



(Continued.) 



nattes. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


• 

REMARKS. 


Gwynn W W 


Sept. ' 
May 17, 
May 


'62 
'63 




Captured; imprisoned at Fort Delaware, Md. 
there died late in '64 or '65. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 

Died in hospital at Madison of pneumonia 
ruary 6, '64. 

Killed by deserters while in line of duty at 
City, Fla. January 6 '65. 

Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Killed, Natural Bridge March 4, '64. 

Drowned at Rocky Bluff, Fla., June, '63. 
Corporal. 

Cor; oral. 

Paroled'f romJFort' Delaware prison . 
Was'ruptured at Natural Bridge fight. 


, and 




April 
April 


'65 

'6.". 












Hicks, N. A 




April 
May 15, 
May 


'65 
'65 
'65 






May 


'62 








Higginbothem, James Harvey 


Oct. 22, 


'62 


Feb- 


April 
April 


'65 
'65 












May 17, 


'62 


Lake 




April 

April 

April 

May 17, 

April 

April 

April 17, 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
li.-, 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'05 
'65 
'65 
'65 
■65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
•65 
'65 
'65 


















May 


'62 




Kite, B 




Leggett, J. B 


















Little, I. G 






Little, J. B... 






McCleanv, C. B 












Masters, R. T .... 






May, T. J 
























Morgan, T. S 






Oglesby, C 






Pelot, John C 












Pickett, G. W 






Price. D. \\ 


















Roberts, N. E 


















Roux, L. F 






Roux, T. S 














Aug. 10, 


'62 
'63 








Sheffield, S. F 










Silcox, D. J 












Smith, D. M 




April 
April 17, 


'65 
'65 






May 16, 


'62 












April 
April 
April 
May 
April 
April 


y,: 

'65 
'65 
'65 
•65 
'65 




Stewart, D. C 












Thigpen, 0. A 


Jan. 


'63 








Turkett. J. S 


Sept. 1, 
Sept. 1, 


'63 
'63 




Turknett, L 






April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 17, 

April 

Anril 

May 18, 

April 

April 17, 

April 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
•65 
•65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
65 




Turner, B. H 












Turner. W. W 
























Wells. E 






Wells. J 






West. M. C 












Wilson, John C 


Feb. 


'63 




Wilson. 1. C 




W - 1 






Wi .,-tc, JaelB 






Wingate. T. .1 










'63 




Yulee, C. M 




'65 





278 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll, Field and Staff — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 





MUSTERED 


MUSTERED 




NAMES. 


IN. 


OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonel — 








Lieutenant-Colonel — 








Major — 

B. H. Partridge 






Captain; promoted Major. 


Surgeon — 






Assistant-Surgeon- - 








Adjutant — 








Sergeant-Major — 
Quartermaster — 








Commissary — 








Quartermaster-Sergeant — 








Commissary-Sergeant — 








Chaplain — 

Daniel H. Bryan 








Hospital Steward — 









Roll Company A (Magnolia Dragoons) — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

R. H. Partridge 

John Ulmer 

1st Lieutenant — 

T. H. Triplett 

2nd Lieutenant — 

F. B. Taylor 

3rd Lieutenants — 

J. R. Tucker :... 

J. P. Grantham 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, David 

Anderson, A 

Barrington, Edward P . 

Baldy, J. H 

Barnes, M. C 

Barclay, E. D 

Bayenwood, C. H 

Beazley. William . . 
Bell, W. R 

Bentley, B. M 

Blackbourne, W. A 

Bozeman, C. H 

Brooks, James A 

Brooks, John F 

Brown, J. O... 

Bryan, D. H 

Burns, Michael C 

Busba, B. S 

Carman, Willis 

Cason, John.. 
Clark, D. C 
Clark, W. C. . 

Cobb, I. V. W 

Cone, A 

Cooksev, J. A 
Crowell, D. I 

Davis, W. L 

Dawkins. G. W . 

Dawkins, W. H 

DeCaussey, C. B 

DeCaussev, Marion 

Drake, E 

Dunkins, W. H 

Ellenwood, Stephen 

Freeman, J 



May 



April 
April 
April 



May 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
May 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apri 
Apr: 
Apri 



May 



May 



'or. 



'65 



Promoted Major. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant, then 
Captain. 



Promoted from Sergeant to 2nd Lieutenant. 



'i;.-, 



'65 



Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant; promoted Chaplain. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



^79 



Roll Company A (Magnolia Dragoons) — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Frisbee, David 

Gamble, J 

Gelzer, William 

Gillett, M. P 

Graham, D. S 

Grantham, Q. P 

Hallman, J. A 

Hardee, T 

Hardee, William B 

Harris, G. W 

Hart, David 

Hightower, Z. H 

Hines, D. W 

Holmes, E. J 

Houston, S. J 

James, William 

Jeffeoat, M. A 

Kilpatrick, J. M 

Knighton, A 

Knighton, Alexander R. 

LaFitte, P. M 

Lord, W. R 

McClellan, Charles E 

McReney, George 

McVoy, William 

Manning, A. M 

Mason, Frank 

Mathews, S. N 

Mikell F. A 

Miller, W. R 

Moore, James 

Monroe, F 

Monroe, J. I 

Moss, Z. A 

Mott, J. R 

Neely, S. W 

Nichols, J. S .... 

Nobles, William Dennis. 

Oder, J. 

Oder, Thomas 

Partridge, B. M 

Partridge, Ben W 

Peeler, Webber 

Porter, C. I 

Renfroe, J. C 

Roney, G. W 

Redd. J. G 

Russell, Benjamin 

Russell, F 

Scruggs, Richard 

Shackelford, A. W 

Sheppard, Benjamin 

Sheppard, Berry 

Simpkins, Thompson 

Slaughter, Henry T 

Slaughter, J. H 

Sloan, James 

Spratt, J. L 

Spratt, L. M 

Surls, Calvin 

Tavlor, W. R 

Tavlor, W. T 

Tucker, Joel H 

Turner, J. D 

Walker. W. S 

Walters, A 

Wilford, John 

Williams, W. J 

Wooton, Lafayette 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 30 



April 

April 

April 

April 

Mch. 

April 

April 

April 

April 

Oct. 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



Feb. 
A]. ril 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



May 



■c,:> 



Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



62 May 



'65 



May '65 



Transferred to Florida Light Artillery. 



April 30, '62 



May '65 



May '65 



Wounded at Mt. Pleasant, Ala., '63. 



Captured at Gonzalez, Fla., October, '62: imprie 
oned at Fort Pickens. 



April 30, '62 Corporal. 

May '65 Run over by mule; captured May 15, '65. 

May '65 



May 



'65 



May '65 



Sergeant. 



Roll Company B — 15th Confederate^Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Richard L. Smith |Mch. 14, 



MUSTERED 
IN. 




280 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


1st Lieutenant — 


Mch. 14, '6i 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 






2nd Lieutenant — 






3rd Lieutenant — 

Charles W. Davis 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Alderman, A. F 






Askew, Charles A 


Mch. 16, '62 
May 3, '62 
May 3, '62 
May 3, '62 
May 3, '62 
May 3, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 16, '62 
April 1, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 






Baker, Beverly 






Baker, Lawrence 








May '65 
May '65 








Bone, William J 




Boone, Daniel A 






Boone, Robert C 






Brunson, William 






Bullock, C 






Calloway, John H 






Camptou, Richard H 






Cook, John W 






Cox, Aurelius P 






Daniel, Lauson 






Daniel, W. J 






Davis, Walter 


Mch. 20, '62 






Derriug, John D 






Dickson, T. G 








Dudley, James B 


Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
April 25, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 3, '62 
Mch. 3, '62 
Mch. 3, '62 
Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch, 14, '62 
Mch. 3, '62 






Dykes, George R 






Dykes. Jacob I 






Dykes, William H 






Edwards, John W 






Faulk, George W 






Findley, Benjamin L 






Finlayson, John L 






Gilbert, John B 


May '65 




Grant, Steohen C 




Haley, Michael 






Harvev, James H 






Harvev, John H 






Herring, John D.. 






Hewward, Joseph P 






Hinson. William H. . 






Hunter, Joseph T 






Irwin, Joseph 






King, Isaac P 






Kirkland, Green B 






Land, Benjamin F 






Land, Henrv G... 


May '65 
May '65 




Land, .Tas. C 




Land, Jehu R 


Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 25, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 3, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 




Land, Steohen W 






Lewis, William A 






Lindsev, Elishu F.. . 






Long, Edwin D 






McGriff, Richard 






McLeroy, Robert T .., 






Martin, William 






Mathews, John. 






Myrich. Littleton 






Newsom. Lewis L 




Sergeant. 


Nobles, W. H 


May '65 


Oswald, Marion 


Mch. 14, '62 


Captured by enemy and paroled Marcn320, '65. 


Pelt, John J ... 




Pittman, Hulan R... , 


Mch. 14, '62 

Mch. 14, '62 

Mch. 20, '62 

'64 




Died at Mobile, Ala., of disease Januaryj4, '65. 


Pitman. Robert J 






Register, Ezekiel A 






Roberts, James 






Robinson, W. L 


May '65 




Roebuck, James 


Mch. 20, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 




Rooks, John J . 






Staley, John F.. 






Steohen. Jacob H 






Svkes, W. H 


May '65 




Thomas, John C 


Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 14, '62 
Mch. 16, '62 
Mch. 16, '62 
April 20, '62 




Widgeon, George 




Sergeant. 


Widgeon, John 




Wvnn, Colbert. 






Withersnoon, James 






White, Thomas M .... 






Wymes, C. B 


May '65 




Yarborough, George S 


April 7. '62 




Yarborough, John H Mav 3, '62 






Yarborough, William H. .. lApril 7, '62 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company C — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 



28l 



'names. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT 


REMARKS 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenant — 








2nd Lieutenant — 








3rd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen W. W 








Amos H. C 








^mos J. W 


































'61 






Blake, S. H 


May '65 


















Clarv. J. B 








Clarv, R. M . 
















Cobb R 
















Conlv. G. M 








Cotton. A. B . .. 
































Cutta S 






Sergeant. 


Cutts Z 








Ellard. F 








Ellis, J. G 








Elliott, William 
























Fields. W. H 








Gaskins, S. J 
























Hall, William 








Hart, A 








Hart, J 








Hart. R 








Hassell, F. M 








































Jones, J. C 
































Landley, A. B 






























■ 


Livingston, S. J 








Lundy, W. G 
























McCaskill, W. C 








Miller, H 








Miller, R 








Miller, J. B 








Milton, J. B 








Moore. S. P 
































Pate. J 








Pate, N 
















Reddick. C 
























Roberson. S. B 








Sanks, G. M 








Sanks. G. W 








Senterfit, M. P 








Stavner, D. H 
















Stricklev, H 









282 



SOLDIERS OF FLOR DA. 



Roll Company C — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Trull, C. P 

Weekley, Thomas. 

Wilkerson, W 

Wilson, A. H 

Wilson, J 

Wise, H 



Roll Company D — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

J. B. Vaughn 

1st Lieutenant — 

John Garner 

2nd Lieutenants — 

W. A. Morgan 

W. P. Rice 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Walker A. Morgan 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, David 

AUen, W 

Barrow, Charles 

Barrow, J. V 

Bartow, N 

Bowen, Joshua. 

Cameron, Archibald 

Cameron, Daniel 

Campbell, Charles 

Cobb, A. J 

Cobb, B. W. F 

Cobb, F. H 

Cobb, J. W 

Cobb, S. T 

Cooper, H. S 

Cooper, J. B 

Cooper, M. P 

Croin, L 

Daily. Mark 

Dennich, R. H 

Diamond, John C 

Diamond, William 

Durden, J. F 

Ellis, Green 

Enterkin, William 

Garner, W. J 

Glaze. E. H 

Grimes, J. J 

Grubbs, Emanuel 

Hall, George 

Hamilton, Edwin 

Harrison, William 

Henderson, William 

Henderson. Robert 

Hobls, B. T 

Holman, J. D 

Horton, Neil H 

Houseman, G. O 

Huggins, Burt 

Huggins, Jesse 

Jarragan, Columbus 

Jarragan, Edward 

Jarragan, W. V 

Johnson, Caleb A 

Johnson, F. C 

Johnson, H. N 

Jones. James L 

Jones. John 

Jones, Josiah 

Jones, L. A 

Jones, Lewis 

Knight. Benjamin 

Lemens, N 

Levins, J. L 

Lewis, James 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

OUT. 



May 2, '62 
May 2, '62 



April 18, '63 



Sept. 



'62 



April '65 



April '65 



April '65 



April 



•c,r> 



REMARKS. 



Promoted Lieutenant. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



283 



Roll Company D — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


















McDavid, W. H 




May '65 
May '65 




McDavid, R. M. 






McCardy, F. M 






McCardv, G. W 
















McLeod, T. H 








Maxwell, W. D 








Milstenn, J. E 




May '65 


















Rav, S. F 








Rener, R. P 












May '65 




















May '62 
'61 


May '65 
Mav '65 
May '65 








Turner, R. H 




Vickery, J. W . 






Waters, J. L ... 
















Waters, W. H 


























May 1, '62 


April '65 




Williams, E. B 


















Sergeant. 



Roll Company E — 15th Confederate^Cavalry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

N. R. Leigh 

1 st Lieutenant — 

A. P. Feagin 

2nd Lieutenants — 

G. F. Perrinot 

W . Townsend 

3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, William W 

Amos, J. W 

Balland. J. H 

Black, Henry 

Blake, S. H 

Brown, John 

Butler, A. H 

Campbell, C. E 

Campbell, D. A 

Campbell, J. D 

Campbell, Malcolm 

Campbell, W. P 

Clements, J. M 

Cobb, Francis M 

Conklin, J. L 

drain , Lewis 

Dean. Richard 

Dixon, C. H 

Dixon, Francis 

Dixon, H. H 

Dixon, W. J 

Drury, John 

Duncan, Peter 

Ethridge. M. W 

Feagin. H. J 

Fincher, James 

Finley, William 

Fleming, J. E 

Fleming, Robert P 

Frater, John W 



Fuqua, James 



Sergeant. 



May 10, '62 



April 



•(>.-» 



Nov. 1, '62 



April 



'65 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 



Sert. 17, '61 



Corporal; acting Battalion Quartermaster; cap- 
tured. Pine Barren Bridge, September, '64; im- 
prisoned on Ship Island; paroled at Vicksburg 
'65. 



284 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E — 15th Confederate Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Green, J. H 

Henderson, J. G. 

Hendley, J. D 

Hickman, Berry. 

Jarvis, H. B 

Jernigan, F 

Jernigan, J. E 

Jernigan, J. S 

Jernigan, Mark... 
Jernigan, N. B.... 

Johnson, B. M 

Johnson, J. A 

Johnson, W. J 

Jones, M. B 

Jones, S. C 

Kelly, J. T 

Kenedy, H. T 

Lewis, Frank 

Leonard, W. A.... 

Lewis, W. H 

McArthur, J. C... 
McMillan, D 



McRae, L 

Malone , Ephriam 

Mann, J. W 

Marshall, Benjamin.... 

Mask, J. J 

Mason, N. M 

Mayo, Fred B 

Mayo, Mark 

Miller, T. R 

Mims, David 

Mints, J. J 

Murphy, J. B 

Nixon, Henry 

Odum, A. J 

Parker, Elisha 

Parker, H. T 

Parker, J. T 

Parker, Noah, Sr 

Parker, Noah, Jr 

Parker, P. T 

Parker, Samuel 

Parker, W, H 

Parker, W. M 

Peary, Jason 

Peary, W. A 

Pitts, T. J 

Rayburn, G. P 

Rogers, J. F 

Rugley, R. D 

Simmons, J. H 

Simmons, Leroy 

Skinner, H. S 

Sowell, A. J 

Spier, W. T 

Stewart, John 

Stewart, Samuel 

Stenson, S. R 

Sunday, J. G 

Sunday, J. W 

Thompson, Jeff 

White, Andrew 

White, L 

Whitmore, William A. 
Wiggins, George 



Aug. 



'til 



Sept. '62 



April 



'6S 



April '65 



Sept. 



'62 



April 



Y.5 



April 



'65 



Sergeant. 



Bugler. 



Elected to the Legislature, '64, and^honorably 

discharged. 
1st Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Roll, Field and Staff— 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonel — 
Lieutenant-Colonel — 


'62 
'62 


'6.J 

'65 


B 




Major — 

William H. Milton 


r 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



285 



Roll, Field and Staff— 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Surgeon — 

m William J. Carroll. 

Assistant-Surgeon — 



Adjutant — 

W. P. Pillans. 
Sergeant-Ma jor- 



Quartermaster — 
Commissary — 
Quartermaster-Sergeant- 
Commissary-Sergeant — 
Chaplain — 
Hospital Steward — 



Roll Company A (Booth's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

J. C. Booth 


Aug. 
Aug. 
May 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Mch. 
Aug. 
Nov. 

Mch. 

Aug. 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 
May 
Mch. 
April 
Nov. 
Mch. 
June 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

April 

Dec. 

Mch. 

Nov. 

April 

June 

Mch. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

A nril 

May 

Aug. 

Feb. 

April 

April 

Nov. 


5, 
15, 
12, 

29, 

31, 

22, 

29. 

1, 

6, 

26, 

25, 
5, 

2, 

27. 

1, 
15, 
29, 
25, 

1, 
21, 
11, 

24, 

21, 

17, 

25, 

1, 

3, 

22, 

22, 

26, 

27, 

5, 

5, 

22 

8,' 

5, 

26, 

27, 

20, 

27, 


'62 
'62 
'03 

'04 

'04 
'05 
'02 

'63 

'64 

'02 
•0:', 
'02 
'04 

'62 
'63 
'63 
'64 
'64 
'63 
"05 
'63 

'63 
'63 
'63 

•04 
•0:; 
•04 

'04 
'63 

'05 
•0" 


May 
May 
May 

May 

May 

May 
May 
May 

May 


19, 
19, 
19, 

19, 

19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 

19, 


'65 
'65 
'65 

'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 

'65 




1st Lieutenant — 


'64; order of Gen. S. Jones. 


2nd Lieutenant-Sr — 


July 20, '64; order Gen. S. Jones. 


2nd Lieutenant-Jr — 


moted Sr. 2nd Lieutenant July 20, '64, order of 
General Jones. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Baker, Rube V. M 


ruary 1, '65. 


Barkley, Edgar R 












Bell. George S 


gomery. 


Bell. Stephen B — .. 


order S. Crews, Assistant-Surgeon, P. A. C. S. 




May 

May 
May 

Miy 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 


19, 
19, 
19, 

19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 


'65 

'65 
'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 










Detailed in artillery November 16, '64, order Cap- 




tain W. H. Milton 
2nd Sergeant. 


Bodiford, Wesly H 


On scout May 2, '65, order Captain McElvy. 










Butler. E. A 






Captured by enemv December 1, '65 (?4). 


Boles, J. B. R 




Collins, Albert D 


In Quartermaster's department April 18, '65 for 




90 days, order General Jones. 
Sick furlough 60 davs, March 17, '65. order Gen- 




May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Mav 


19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19, 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 


eral Jones. 




In Quartermaster's department March 13, '65, by 


Dickson, E. H 


order Captain McElw. 








On scout Mav 2, '65, order Captain McElvy. 


Deakle, E. N 






Corporal. 




Absent without leave since Mav 2, '65. 


Donaldson, W. O .. 


May 


19, 


'65 


Courier to Quincy, Fla., Mav 20, '65, order Cap- - 




tain McElvey. 




'62 


Mav 


19, 
19, 
19, 
19. 
19, 
19, 
19, 
19. 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 






'64,May 
'62 1 May 
'62,Mav 
'63|Mav 
'64;Mav 
'65 Mav 
'63 Mav 






Absent without leave since May 3, '65. 


Glen. Owen S 


Farrier. 




In hospital since July 16. '64. order L. Crews, 


Grav. William V 


Assistant-Surgeon P. A. C. S. 






Gammon. W. P 


- - 



286 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A (Booth's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Goodson, Madison . 
Goodson, Labon 



Harper, John 
Hollis, Isaac... 



Horn, Augustus B. ... 

Hudspeth, Joel A 

Hawkins, Charles E 

Hearn, James E 

Hearn, Robert A 

Hollis. Charles 

Hartsfield, H. M 

Johnson, Green B 



Johnson, H. L. 



Knapp, W. Henry 

Long, R. Cicero 

Logan, William H. 
McGee, Moses 



McKay, J. F. E 

McKenzie, J. C 

Mercer, James W 

Mathews, Moses G...... 

McLeroy, J. E 
Peacock, James K 

Peacock, S. F 

Pearre, E. E 

Pearre, John i> 

Pender, Robert R 

Pittman, Jones M 

Parks, John 

Parker. Mose- 

Rodgers, W. A 

Stapleton, Thomas L. 
Stephens, John M 

Strickand, W. G 

Strickland, B. F 



Strickland, H. H.. 

Sullivan, S. N 

Skiner, Arthur M. 

Smith. J. R 

Thomas, Louis S 
Tavlor, Jesse W... 

Ward, John J 

West, Isaac W 



West, Joseph M 

Whitington, J. W 
Whitington, L. D. 



Wood, Almerine J 

Whitehead, Amos G 

Williams, Berry 



Williams, W. M. A... 
Wood, Jesse C 

DIED. 

Deese, Jackson 



Pickle, John D 

S to vail, Frank M 

DESERTED. 

Burkett, John 

Dell. Maxev M 
Fleming. William W. .. 

Hare, Litttleberry 

Hutcherron, I). L 

Kingerv, Brvan M 

Land. John R 

Mathews, E. T 



MUSTF.RKI) 



May 8, 

May 8, 

Aug. 7, 

July 25, 

Nov. 23, 

Jan. 1, 

Mch. 17, 

Feb. 28, 

July 25, 

Julv 25, 

Nov. 24, 

May 18, 

Mch. 29, 

Feb. 24, 

April 22, 

Nov. 1, 

Nov. 1, 

May 18, 

Sept. 4, 

Aug. 28, 

July 30, 

April 27, 

May 17' 

Nov. 1, 

Oct. 23, 

Oct. 23, 

April 27, 

Nov. 1, 

June 25, 

Nov 6, 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
\ug. 
Aug. 



18, 
1, 



Julv 3, 

Mch. 16, 

Nov. 1, 

Nov. 1, 

Dec. 7, 

Mch. 26, 

Sept, 10, 

Nov. 1, 



Feb. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Mch. 
Mch. 



I."). 



Sept. 17, 



Jan. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



3, 
19, 



May 24, 
Jan. 25. 



Nov. 1 

Nov. 1 

Sept. 8 

\ug. 5. 

\ug. 9, 

Nov 1 

Scot. 10 

Dec. 13, 



02 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 19, '65 
May 19, '65 





May 

May 


19, 
19, 


'65 
'65 


May 
May 


19, 
19, 


'65 
'65 


May 


19, 


'65 




May- 


19, 


'65 


May 

May 


19, 
19, 


'65 
'65 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May- 
May 
May- 
May 



REMARKS. 



19, '65 

10, '65 

10, '65 

10, '65 

10 '65 

10, '65 

10, '65 

10, '65 

10, '65 



May 


10 


'65 


May 
May 


10 

10, 


'65 
'65 


May 


10, 


'65 




May- 


10, 


'65 




May 
May 


10, 
10. 


'65 
'65 


May- 
May 

Max- 


10, 

10. 
10. 


'65 

'65 
'65 


May 


10. 


'65 



May 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 
Mav 10, '65 



Detailed in artillery November 16, '65, order Cap- 
tain Milton. 

Post courier July 31, '63, order Colonel Mont- 
gomery. 

Sergeant, 

Captured by the enemy March 20, '65, and since 
paroled. 

Detailed in artillery November 16, '65, order Cap- 
tain Milton. 

Post Clerk May 15, '64, order Colonel Montgomery. 

In Quartermaster's department 60 days March 
26, '65, order Gen. Sam Jones. 

Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled. 

Corporal; captured by enemy March 20, '65; since 
paroled. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Jr., by election. Feb- 
ruary 1, '65. 

Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled. 

In hospital at Marianna since May 3, '65. order 
L. Crews, P. A. C. S. 

In hospital October 22, '63, order Assistant-Sur- 
geon L. Crews. 

Sergeant; in hospital at Marianna April 22, '64, 
order L. Crews, Assistant-Surgeon, P. A. C. S. 

Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled. 



On scout May 3. '65. order Captain McElvey. 
On scout May 3, '65, order Captain McElvey. 

Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled. 

Detail of five days May 2, '65, by order Captain 
McElvey. 

In hospital December 19, '64, order L. Crews, 

Assistant-Surgeon, P. A. C. S. 
Detail of five days May 1, '65, by order Captain 

McElvey. 
Absent without leave since March 15, '65. 

Captured by enemy March 20, '65; since paroled. 

Corporal. 

Sick furlough 60 days, April 25, '65, order Gen. 
Sam Jones, 

Absent without leave since April 28, '65. 

Detailed in hospital April 4, '65 90 days, order 
Gen. Sam Jones. 

In Quartermaster's department June 13, '63, order 
Colonel Montgomery. 

Detailed to civil authority September 18, '64, or- 
der Colonel Montgomery. 

Corporal. 

Detailed in Mediral Department 90 days Septem- 
ber 19. '64, order General Jackson. 

In Quartermaster's Department 60 days March 
25, 65, order General Jones. 

Detailed courier to Chattahoochee May 3, '65, by 
order Captain McElvey. 

Died in hospital at Marianna, Fla., February- 18. 

'65. 
Died December 26, '64. 
Killed by enemy March 23, '65. 

Deserted January 14. '65. 

Deserted Februarv 15, '65. 

Deserted May 2, '65. 

Deserted January 7, '65. 

Deserted May 2, '65. 

Deserted March 8. '65. 

Dese-ted March 15, '65. 

Deserted January 4, '65. 

This comoanv was "a'-oled at Marianna, Florida, 

Mav 10. '65, by W. H. Milton, commanding the 

battalion. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company B— 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



287 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. C. Smith 

1st Lieutenant — 

A. W. Smith 

2nd Lieutenant — 

H. H. Love 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alderman, Asa 

Armstrong, J 

Byrd, A 

Barber, William 

Blount, J. R 

Bryan, J. L 

Cowin, J. A 

Collins. T. H 

Clark, A. E 

Clark, J. J 

Cox, W. E 

Chason, J 

Crockett. James 

Chason, T. J 

Campbell, W. M 

Campbell, G. D 

Chester, F. J 

Collins, G. R 



Conner, James... 

Dagger, J. F 

Elkins, H 

Edwards, G. W. 

Edwards, H 

Edwards, H. G 



Edwards, C 

Freeman. R. L 

Folks. W. S 

Forehand, L 

Faircloth, D 

Gatlins, William 

Gottin, W. B 

Gregory. E. H 

Hardin, A 

Hardin, J. F 

Harrison, B 

Hare, J 

Hare, W 

Hendry, R. W 

Hentz William 

Hubbard, H 

Ingram, W. I 

Inman, J. E 

Johnson, G. F 

Johnson, A. J 

Johnson, Neal 

Lang, W. R 

Logan. D 

Langston, J. B 

Linear, A. B 

Lockey. Joseph B 

Mercer. George F 

Messer, B 

Messer, F 

Messer, Z. T 

Michaux, J. T. S 

Miller. J. W 

Miller. A. J 

Miller, J. M 

McDonald, A. D 

McPhaul, Alexander 

McClellan, G 

McKown, J. F 

McCall, James W 

McElroy, A. B 

McDonald, I. A 

Nixon, J. M 

Owens. M. B 

Peacock, Frank 

Peebles. W. T 

Pearson, J. W 

Pittman. 0. W 

Pitts, D 

Ponpell, J. W 

Pvle. E. H 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Mch. 
Mch. 



'63 
'63 



Mch. 5, 
Oct. 30, 
Aug. 4, 



Sept. 30, 

Aug. 15, 

Mch. 7, 

April 8, 

Mch. 7, 

April 1, 

Mch. 7, 

July 10, 

July 13. 

Mch. 19, 

Aug. 10, 

May 15, 



Sept. 20, 
Mch. 7, 



Mch. 7, 

Mch. 7, 

Mch. 7, 

Mch. 7, 

May 8, 

Oct. 10. 



Apri 4, 
July 8, 



July 27, 

June 5, 

Mch. 7, 

July 6, 

July 14, 

July 13, 

June 22, 



Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
Mch. 
May 
Mch. 



June 10, 
July 15, 
Mch. 25, 



Mch. 7, 
July 9 
Dec. 20. 



Mch. 7, 

Mch. 7, 

Mch. 7, 

Mch. 10. 



Mch. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Mch. 



June 30, 
Aug. 20, 



Mch. 7, 
Mch. 19. 



Mch. 

Mch. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Assigned to duty by order of Maj.-Gen. Sam Jones 

April 17, '65. 
Ordered to Quincy hospital about January 12, '65. 

Absent without leave since February 12, '65. 

Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 30, '65. 
Absent without leave since some time in Septem- 
ber, '65 
Corporal; absent with sick leave. 
Absent without leave since April 15, '65. 
Absent without leave since April 15, '65. 

Sergeant: furloughed for 30 days from April 28. '65. 
Furlough five days from April 28, '65. 
Absent without leave since April 25, '65. 



Ordered to Quincy hospital some time in Decem- 
ber, '64. 
Furloughed for ten days from April 28, '65. 

Absent since January 21, '65. 
Absent since March 8, '65. 

Ordered before a Medical Examining Board for a 

discharge. 
Absent without leave since December 23, '64. 



Absent without leave since March 5, '65. 
Absent without leave since March 5, '65. 



Sergeant. 

Ordered to Quincy hospital November 28, '64. 
Absent on sick furlough 15 days from May 1, '65. 
Absent without leave since April 29 '65. 

Absent, without leave since Dceember 24, '64. 



Ordered to Tallahassee hospital. 



Absent without leave since December 23, '64. 
Absent without leave since December 26, '64. 



Absent without leave since Januarv 21, '65. 



Absent without leave since May 2, '65. 

Absent without leave since April 16, '65. 

Absent without leave since April 29, '65. 

Absent without leave since January 14, '65. 

Ordered to Quincy hospital March 15, '65. 

Sergeant. 

Absent without leave since December 22, '64. 

Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Captured by the enemy at Rice's Bluff January 
26, '65. 

Detailed in Quartermaster's Department at Quin- 
cy. Fla. 



Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 30, '65. 



258 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 












April 15, '63 
April 1, '62 
Mch. 7, '63 
May 1, '63 
Oct, 10, '63 




Absent without leave since January 14, '65. 
Absent without leave since April 29, '65. 
Absent without leave since April 9, '65. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 






Silas, J 








Shuler, T. P 




Shuler, W. E 




Smith, H. B 


Mch. 7, '63 
April 1, '62 
April 1, '62 
Mch. 7, '63 
Mch. 7, '63 

Mch. 7, '63 
Mch. 7, '63 
Sept. 5, '64 
Mch. 7, '63 
Julv 10, '63 
Mch. 7, '63 
Mch. 7, '63 
Mch. 7, '63 

Mch. 7, '63 

Mch. 7, '63 




Ordered to Quincy hospital March 2, '65. 
Absent without leave since December 25, '64. 
Absent without leave since December 25, '64. 
Detailed in Assistant-Quartermaster's Depart- 
Detailed to make (Slaies) at Quincy. 

ment at Chattahoochee, Fla. 
Absent without leave since March 1, '65. 
Absent without leave since October 11, '64. 
Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 28, '65. 
Absent without leave since May 3, '65. 
Ordered to Tallahassee hospital April 23, '65. 






Smith, J. P 












Stokes, J. M 




Stokes, H 








Tharp, J. A 








Ventry, C. H 




Weeks, J 




Absent without leave since January 1, '65. 






Watson, B. F 




1st Lieutenant; dropped from the roll by order of 
the Military Examining Board January 18, '65. 

2nd Lieutenant; dropped from the roll by order 
of the Military Examining Board Januarvil8, 
'65. 











Roll Company C — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


Mch. 5, '62 

Mch. 5, '62 

Mch. 5, '62 
Jan. 21, '03 






1st Lieutenant — 

E. A. Hart 






2nd Lieutenants — 

R. E, Lester 












ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, William H 


April '65 






Mch. 5, '62 
Mch. 5, '62 
Jan. 18, '64 
Mch. 5, '62 


Sergeant. 


Bradford, W. M 




Bond, W. L 






Bond, E 






Billingsley, A. S 






Billingsley, J. S 


Mch. 17, '62 
April 19, '63 
Mch. 8, '62 
June 16, '64 
Oct, 13, '63 
Mch. 5, '62 












Blalock, W. H 






Braswell, J. W 


















Coleman, W. K 


April 12, '62 






Mch. 5, '62 
April 12, '62 
Feb. 3, '64 
Feb. 19, '65 




Crowder, R. H 


















Daniell, Robert 






Dennis, G. E 


Feb. 9, '64 
Oct, 1, '62 
June 19, '63 






Denham, W 




Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 


Denham, James S 








Dvkes. H. K 


Dec. 1, '63 
Nov 11, '62 
Oct 9, '64 
Mch. 5, '62 
Mch. 5, '62 






Ellis, W 






Edwards, C. G 






Fletcher, J. M 






Fletcher, M. N 






Fletcher, Richard 






Finklen, A. J 


Mch. 5, '62 
Mch. 5, '62 
A.ug. 1. '63 
Aug. 1, '63 
Mch. 5, '62 
June 24, '62 






Gregory, H. C 






Green, F. T 






Grav, J 






Humphries, J. H 






Hart, B. F 






Hines, W. W 






Hunt, E 


Aug. 25, '63 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



289 



Roll Company C — 5th Florida Battalion^Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



Harris, \V 

Harris, W. W 

Hall, T. T 

Horn, C. J 

Joyner, B. H 

Johnson, B. W 

Kindon, G. A 

Koker, T. J 

Laing, W. E 

Laing, T. J 

Lash, C 

Lester, S. F 

Long, R. C 

Murray, W. A 

McCook, P. H 

Mash, H. T 

Mash, J. J 

Mash, M. M 

Mathews, S 

Matheson, J. L 

Mcintosh, Bert 

Owens, T. W 

Paramore, R. W 

Russell, J. B 

Raker, Thomas 

Ravsor, George 

Raker, M 

Rhodes, E 

Raysor, A 

Raines, R 

Shelf er, George 

Shelfer, Henry M... 

Stroman, J. L 

Shelfer, Joseph J.... 

Shelfer, W. H 

Spears, W. E 

Saunders, W. T 

Swearingen, T. F... 

Stony, I 

Sturgess, D 

Simkins, T. B 

Sills, John C 

Sills, AV 

Smallwood. F 

Sylvester, R. H 

Turnbull, Theo 

Tatum, T. P 

Watson J. H 

Watkins, J. J 

Watson, J. J 

Woodward. W. W 
Woodward, A. L .... 

Wilson, B. D 

Whitley, J 

Whitfield, R. B 

Whitfield, R. A 

Wethington, J. Q... 

Wyche, Thomas 

Whitehurst J. J 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '62 

May 3D, '63 

July 14, '64 

Meh. 25, '65 

Mch. 5, '62 

Aug. 7, '63 

Mch. 5, '62 



Mch. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

Mch. 

May 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

April 

Mch. 

May 

Mch. 

Mch. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

July 

April 

Aug. 

April 

Mch. 



211 



5, '62 

5, '62 

19, '64 

5, '62 

23, '63 

23, '64 

1, '62 

64 

(it 

65 

62 

29, '62 

3, '62 

5, '62 

5, '62 

19, '63 

27, '64 

29, '64 
1, '63 

16, '63 

30, '64 
26, '64 

5, '82 



April 19, '62 

July 15, '62 

Mch. 5, '62 

April 12, '62 

Aug. 1, '63 

Jan. 30, '64 

Jan. 31, '64 

Aug. 18, '63 

Oct. 13, '63 

Feb. 14, '64 

June 8, '64 

Feb. 10, '65 



Jan. 

April 

Mch. 

Aug. 

April 

April 

Mch. 

Dec. 

June 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 



30, '64 

19. '62 

5, '62 

19, '63 

19, '62 

19, '62 

5, '62 

8, '62 

15, '63 
28, '64 

1, '63 

16, '63 
25, '64 
25, '64 



Corporal. 



Bugler. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 



Corporal. 



Sergeant. 



Corporal. 



Corporal. 



Roll Company D — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



OFFICERS 

Captain — 

L. G. McElvy 

1 st Lieutenant — 

Leegar 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Donald W. Nicholson. 
3rd Lieutenants — 

G. B. Mills 

J. C. Walker 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Ball. Green 

Burns, Thomas L 



MUSTERED 



Aug. 15, '64 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 

May 



'65 
'65 



Promoted Lieutenant. 
Promoted Lieutenant; resigned. 



290 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Chester, F. J 


Aug. 


15, 


'63 


May 12, 


'65 


Promoted Corporal; died at Lake City January, 
from disease. 

Wounded in left leg. 




Chester, G. L 




Dykes, J. T 








Ferrell, D. G 


Aug. 


1, 


'63 














Aug. 


22, 


'63 






McElroy, A. B 


May 12, 


'65 










Mills, J. M 


















Jan. 




'65 


May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 


'65 
'65 
'65 


















R4 


Shaw, A. W 








Shaw, J. K ... 




May 15, 
May 
May 

May 12, 
May 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 




Shelfer, H. M 














Sept. 
Mch. 




'63 
'62 




Wilder, E. H 





Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William A. Jeter 



1st Lieutenant — 

Reuben L. Harrison 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Hiram W. Pickett 

3rd Lieutenants — 

R. E. Lester 

John H. Glenn 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Baker, Robert G 

Baker, Andrew J 

Baker, Morgan B 

Barber, Columbus C 

Barnes, Newton R 



Bolin, William 

Bracken, Simeon. 

Brookins, J. L 

Brown, Joseph 

Bruner, Joshua 

Burke, John 

Burnett. Z 



Coston, James M. 



Chambliss, Ira P 

Chambliss, George W 

Corbitt, Thomas Nichols.. 

Corbin, Samuel 

Courtney, William 

Davidson, Columbus H 

Dennis, John W 

Durrlin, John 

Durdin John Jr 

Durdin, Wilev 

Deal. Wiley B 



Daua;ht -ey, Robert M 
Edenfield, B. F 



Edenfield, W. M 

Fowler. Lawson H. 
Forrester, Joseph D 
Gilbert. Thomas G 



Home, Lewis 

Heath. Madison T. 



Howard. A. J 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Sept. 15, '63 



April 1, '62 



Mch. 10, '62 



Mch. 10, 

Aug. 5, 

Jan. 1, 

Mch. 24, 

April 26, 

April 10, 

Sept. 14, 



Dec. 7, 
Feb. 15, 



Feb 11, '65 
Nov. 18, '64 



Jan. 20, 
Mch. 26, 



April 29, '65 



July 1, 

Mch. 4, 

Jan. 1, 

Sept. 8. 

Sept, 8, 

Aug. 15, 

Oct, 12, 

Sept, 8, 

Aug. 11, 

Oct. 1. 

Nov. 8. 

April 24, 

Aug. 5, 

Feb. 1. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 
May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 



1 '63 



May 19, '65 

May 19, '65 

May 19, '65 

Mav 19, '65 



May 19 '65 



May 19, '65 



May 19, '65 
May 19, '65 



February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 
McElvey. 

Captured by United States forces January 17, '65. 

Senior Lieutenant. 



Sergeant. 

May 3, '65, absent without leave. 

January 17, '65, captured by United States forces. 

January 17, '65, captured by United States forces, 

November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain 

Milton. 
November 30, '65. captured by U. S. forces. 
February 19, '65, absent without leave. 

January 17, '65, captured by United States forces. 



February 11, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
May 3, '65, absent without leave. 



May 4, '65, absent without leave. 

May 1, '65, absent without leave. 

Corporal. 

Farier. 

May 3, '65, absent without leave. 

November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain 

Milton. 
April 17, '65, absent without leave. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
May 5, '65, absent without leanve. 
January 17, '65, captured by United States forces. 
February 12, '65, absent wthout leave. 
November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain 

Milton. 

April 21, '65, on 15 days furlough order of General 

Sam Jones. 
January 17, '65, captured by United States forces, 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



291 



Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 






July 9. '64, detailed in Sub Department order of 
the Secretary of War. 

January 17, '65, captured by UnitedStates forces. 

April 10, '65, absent without leave. 

November 5, '64, on detached duty order of Cap- 
tain Milton. (Sergeant). 

Corporal. 

April 20, '65, absent without leave. 


Hudson Herbert Mch. 10, '62 










April 10, '62 

Aug. 1, '64 
Sept. 6, '62 


May 19, '65 
May 19, '65 




Sent. 25. '64 










Hinson, B. A ... Aug. 11, '62 




May 3, '65. absent without leave. 

January 17, '64, captured by United States forces. 








Mch. 10, '62 


May 19, '65 




Aug. 25, '64 
June 11, '64 
Sept. 15, '64 
Jan. 15, '65 

Jan. 4, '64 

April 20, '64 

Jan. 1, '63 

Oct. 15, '64 
Mch. 10, '62 
April 21, '63 
Aug. 8, '63 
May 9, '64 

Mav 1, '63 
Oct. 1, '62 

Mav 1, '63 
Sept. 1, '64 


May 3, '65, absent without leave. 
May 3, '65, absent without leave. 








May 19, '05 




February 7 '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
February 7, '65 detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
January 17, captured by United States forces. 
January 17. captured by United States forces. 
January 17, '65, captured by United States forces. 








May 19, '65 
May 19, '65 
















May 19, '65 




November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain 
Milton. 


Littlefield, John E 








Sergeant; captured January 17, '65, by Unite! 
States forces. 










Novertiber 16, '64 detached duty order Captain 

Milton. 








Oct. 1. '63 
June 1, '64 




February 7, '65, detached duty order~of Captain 
McElvey. 










Neel, W, H 










Julv 1. '63 
Meh. 10, '62 
Mch. 10, '04 


May 19, '65 


May 2. '65, absent without leave. 






May 10, '65 


November 16, '64, detached duty order of Captain 

Milton. 






Feb. 15, '65 

Apr 10, '62 
Mch. 1, '63 


May 10, '65 


February 15, '65, detached duty order of Captain 
McElvey. 
















Roche. N. B 


























Aug. 15, '63 
Mch. 10, '62 
Jan. 8, '64 
Mav 1, '63 
April 1, '62 

Aug. 11, '64 

Mch. 10, '62 
May 26, '63 

Feb. 20 '64 

Aug. 25, '64 
Feb. 1. '64 
Nov. 25, '64 
Sept. 15, '64 
Mav 2, '63 
Aug. 2, '62 
Aug. 5, '62 

May 8, '64 

Aug. 18, '64 
Nov. 10, '63 

June 1, '64 
Nov. 10, '64 
Aug. 8 '63 


May 10, 65 




Silas, Thomas A 








May 3, '65, absent without leave (Sergeant). 
May 3, '65. absent wthout leave; Corporal. 
February 7, '65. detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

McElvey. 
April 20, '65 detached order of Captain McElvey. 
January 17, '65, detached duty order of Captain 

Milton. 




May 10, '65 








Smith, Robert R 
















McElvey. 
















Mav 10, '65 
May 10, '65 






May 2, '65, absent without leave. 


Tavlor, Robert J 






May 1, '65, detached duty order Captainf McEl- 
vey; Corporal. 

February 7, '65, detached dutv order of Captain 
McElvey. 




May 10, '65 
Mav 10, '65 




Trotter, W. W 








order Secretary of War. 








Williams, James 




July 17, '64, captured by United States forces. 



292 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company E (William A. Jeter's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Jan. 5, '64 
Oct. 1, '62 
Feb. 1, '64 

Sept. 4, '64 

Feb. 7, '64 
July 29, '64 
Feb. 2, '65 
Feb. 2, '65 






















McElvey. 
February 7, '65, detached duty order of Captain 






McElvey. 












March 25, '65, detached duty order of Captain 






McElvey. 






This company was paroled at Marianna, Florida, 
May 10, '65, by Mai. W. H. Milton, command- 
ing the battalion. 



Roll Company F (A. J. Dozier's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

A. J. Dozier 

1st Lieutenant — 

R. J. Mays 

2nd Lieutenants — 

E. E. Whitner 

H. C. Croom 



Aug. 
Nov. 
April 
May 
June 
Feb. 
Nov. 
April 
June 
Aug. 
Nov. 



Mch. 
Mch. 
Aug. 



ENLISTED MEN 

Barclay, Thad 

Barineau, J. C 

Barwick, J. W 

Bennett, W. H 

Bishop, Joseph 

Blanton, D. F 

Boon, Joel 

Boyd, R. A 

Bryant, A. D 

Carlton, J. P 

Carlton, Thomas T 

Cameron, W. J 

Carlton. T. L 

Cone, W. R 

Daniel, B. F 

Dial, W. A 

Elliott. R. K 

Espy, Joseph 

Florrid, Lewis 

Fountain, W. E 

Geiger, Allen 

Geiger, Noah 

Grimmer, D 

Griffin, W. D 

Grubbs, W. H 

Hamilton. T. A 

Hamilton, J 

Hendry, R. W 

Holton, Christopher 

Lamb, Q. N 

Lamb. Thomas 

Loper, Curtis 

Lundy.Thad 

Lewis, Thomas 

Mays, J. S 

Mays, S. P 

Morse, John R /.. 

McCullers. M. R 

O'Quinn, A. M 

O'Neal. John W 

Perrv, Porter 

Reichert, C. F 

Register, G. F 

Sapp , John 

Saxon, H. O 

Shepard, R. G 

Soradlev, Richard Mch. 

Starr. Thomas I Aug. 



MUSTERED 



May 15, '62 

Aug. 20, '63 

May 17, '63 

Feb. '62 

Mch. 22, '62 



April 

April 

Mch. 

Mch. 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Mch. 

April 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mch. 

Sept. 

April 

April 

Aug. 

Nov. 

July 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Promoted Captain. 
Corporal. 



Died at home in Taylor county, November 4, '64. 



Sergeant. 



His back injured by being thrown from a horse. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 

Died at home in Wakulla county, October 25, '64. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



293 



Roll Company F (A. J. Dozier's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Tabb W. A 


Mch. 12, '62 


April '65 


Corporal; transferred in '63 to Co. F, 5th Battalion 




Mch. 29, '64 




Cavalry; died October 10, '76. 










Wallace T M 


Mch. 1, '62 
June 7, '64 
Mch. 12, '62 
Mch. 1, '62 












Wilder H H 













Roll Company G — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

■Captain — 

William H. Milton... 
1st Lieutenant — 

Henry K. Simmons. 
2nd Lieutenants — 

William D. Barnes.. 

Jesse C. Booth 

Sol Warren 

.3rd Lieutenant — 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Anderson, Angus 

Barber, Andrew 

Barber, John 

Barnes, B. H 

Barnes, J. B 

Barrington, John C 

Beatley, Hugh W 

Bell, George S 

Bell, Stephen B 

Bevill, John R 

Bevis, J. A 

Bevis, Thomas L 

Blount, Archibald 

Bond, Thomas R 

Bowen, George M 

Buford, J. C 

Buie, D. C ., 

Bush, Henry 

•Cathon, S. A 

Carpenter, Henry 

Carmichael, J. W 

Clark, William 

Council, John G 

Craig, John A 

Crawford, John 

Deckle, E. N 

Dickson, Duke 

Dickson, W. F 

Durden, John 

Dyass, W. R 

Edenfield, Richard F 

Edgerton, W. C 

Edwards, Able H 

Edwards, Augustus 

Edwards, Charles B 

Edwards, Cullen 

Edwards, Hiram 

Edwards, Jefferson 

Edwards, John 

Edwards, Thomas J 

Farnell, J. P 

Farr, William 

French, Robert 

<5ay, James J 

Gaylord, N. R 

Geiger, James W 

Glenn, Owen S 

Goodbread, J. Lex 

Granger, James I 

Granger, J. K 

Granger, J. R 

Granger. J. W 

Griffin, William E 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Promoted Major 5th Florida Battalion. 
Killed at Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 

Promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Oct. 15, '6S 



Aug. 



•62 



April 



Feb. 



'64 



May 



'li.-, 



May 



'tin 



May 



'65 



Mch. 15, '62 



May 



'(;:, 



1st Sergeant. 



May 



'65 



Transferrred to 2nd Florida Cavalry. 



Aug. 



'62 



April 



Aug. 



July 
May 
June 

Nov. 
Feb. 



12, 



April 5, '65 



'(if, 



April 



'65 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



9. '65 
9. '65 



Corporal. 



294 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company G — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




























Sept. '63 


May 15, '65 


























































Aug. '63 












Jeffcoat, R. W 






Sergeant. 




Jan. 1, '63 


April 9, '65 












Bugler. 

Sergeant. 


Jucioh, E. J 






King, Henry 














Land, S. W 








Lanier, Thomas 






Corporal. 


Lee, H. M 






Love, James E 




« 




Lowe, Philip E 








Mc Alpine, Augustus 












April 0. '65 
April 9, '65 




McKnight, Adam C 


April 


Wounded at Natural Bridge, Fla. 


McMillan, John 


Martin, Robert C 




A; i-kl 9, 65 
April 9, '65 






Aug. 28, '63 


Thrown from horse and hip dislocated June 10, '64 


Miller, John W 


Milton, H R 


July 12, '63 


April 9, '65 




Mims, Larkin 




Norwood, Jesse 








Oswald, H 




April 9, '65 




Packard, D. C 






Packard, D. M 






Sergeant. 


Parker, 11. C 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 


Peacato, J. 






Posey, Alfred 






Rainey. Alison 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 






Feb. '64 




Ramsey 




Revill, J. R 








Roach, Joseph 








Roach, N. B 
















Sanford, M. J 


Sept. 62 


Mav '65 
April '65 




Seiger, Marshall 




Shepherd, M. D. C 






Smith, F. M 








Smith, J. T 




April '65 

April '65 
April '65 
May '65 
May '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Smith, N 


June 10, '63 


Wounded during the war. 


Smith, T. Y 


Spooner, Caleb 












Stansel, Jesse T 






Stanaland. G. N 








'61 




Stephens, Benjamin A..... 




Strickland, A. M 


Aug. '62 


April 9, '65 


Captured at Ocklockonee Bay, Fla., November 
'64, and paroled at Vicksburg, Miss., May, '65. 


Strickland. R. F 


Strickland, W. G 








Sullivan, S. N 




April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 




Taurakers, Nathan 






Taylor, R. J 






Thompson, John E 






Todd, McDaniel L 








Tomberton, James .. . 








Waldron, K. S 




April 9, '65 




Whalev Thos. E 






Weeks, J. H 


Aug, '63 


April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Weeks, W. T 




Wheldon, M. J 




•j 


White, C. J 




Sergeant. 


Whitley, Samuel S 








Aug. '62 


April 9, '65 




Whilev, Alexander 




Williams, Ben N 




April 9, '65 




Wimberley, Tarrant 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



592 



Roll Company G — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




Feb. 15. '63 


May 18, '65 


Captured November 17, '64, and confined at Ship 


Woodward, Little H 










Zent, Robert F 

















Roll Company I (Capt. A. F. Perry's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



officers. 
Captains — 

Robert Chisholm 

A. F. Perry 

1st Lieutenant — 

W. C. Wilson 

2nd Lieutenant — 

W. A. Rutherford 

2nd Lieutenant-Jr — 

R. A. Solomon 

enlisted men. 

Anderson, John 

Adams, E. W. J 

Alford, A. M. K 

Belser, Lit 

Brown, John T 

Bowden, W. L 

Baies, M 

Barnes, J. H 

Brett, J. W r 

Boon, Robert 

Beauchamp, David 

Bishop, William 

Bowden, Samuel 

Chambers, J. W 

Chambers, J. B 

Callaway, J. W 

Callaway, R. H 

Carter, J. W 

Cowart, A. J 

Culbirth, David 

Carlisle, William 

Clark, T. B 

Cargile, Frank 

Cassady, F. H 

Cawthon, S. S 

Connely, C. P 

Cassady, H. S 

Connely, J. Z. S 

Dansey, S. E 

Dansey, G. M 

Daniel, S. E 

Davis, A 

Dawkins, R. H 

Durham, H. C 

Dubose John P 

Everitt, B. F 

Everitt, E. F 

Edwards, F. J 

Fewell. R. A 

Fennell, Perry 

Fullerton, A 

Fordham, B. J 

Grimesley. H. H 

Holmes. L. H 

Hatten. W. L 

Holmes, John J 

Hardy, John G 

Hall, Allen 

Hall. John 

Hall. J. T 

Hall, J. W 

Hall. W. W 

Harrison, John 

Huff. J. F 

Hudgins, A. M 

Johns, C. P 



mustered 



Jan. 9, 
July 28, 
Jan. 14, 
Jan. 9, 
...Jan. 
July 9, 
Mch. 8, 
June 12, 
Jan. 19, 
April 5, 
Jan. 25, 
Mch. 17, 
Jan. 9, 
Jan. 9, 
Jan. 9, 
Mch. 15, 
May 15, 
April 10, 
Jan. 9, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 



Feb. 10, 
Jan. 9, 
May 30, 
July 27, 
Jan. 9, 
Mch. 17, 
Mch. 17, 
Mch. 17, 
Feb. 1, 
Oct. 31, 
Oct. 31, 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



in. 
10, 

K). 

10. 

If). 

10, 



Jan. 9, 
May 10, 
May 10, 



May 10 

May 10 
May 10 
'65 May 10 
'65'May 10 

64 

'64 

'64May 10 



Feb. 1, 
Jan. 9, 
..Jan. 
April 18, 



Oct. 31, 

Jan. 9, 

Jan. 9, 

Jan. 9. 

April 10. 

Feb. 2, 

Feb. 1, 
April 9, 

May 7, 

Jan. 9. 

Feb. 27, 

Aug. 17, 

Jan. 28, 

Jan. 28, 

Mch. 29, 

Jan. 9, 

Oct. 31, 

Feb. 1, 

Aug. 29, 



Died. 



'64 

May 10, '65 
May 10, '65 
May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



'65 



Captured by enemyiSeptember 23, '64. 



1st Sergeant. 



2nd Sergeant. 



3rd Corporal. 



3rd Sergeant. 



'65 



May 10, '65 



May 10 

'65 
May 10, '65 
Mav 10, '65 
'64 
■M 
'64 
(it 
64 
'64 
'64 
64 
'64 
'64 

'64iMav 10, 
'64 Mav 10, 
'65 
'65 
'65 

'64 
'65 
'64 



May 10, '65 



Captured by enemy February 19, '65. 



2nd Corporal. 



Died (?) in enemy's hands January 6, '64. 



296 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I (Capt. A. F. Perry's Company) — 5th Florida Battalion Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



April 

Jan. 

May 

Mch. 

Aug. 

April 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



Jones. J. G 

Jackson, B. H 

King, Franklin E 

Lee, J. D 

Lee, J. G. B 

Lewis, Arthur 

Lucas, J. W 

Loman, A. W 

Montgomery. R, W 

Martin, A. D 

Mags, T, W 

Miller, W. J 

Merri wether, Charles H 

Monday, James 

Mercer, A. J 

McDaniel, John W 

McDonald, J. B 

McDaniel, William R 

McSwain, Angus 

McRae, C. C 

McLeod, William 

Owens, W. D 

Page, J. H 

Parker, C. H 

Pittman, Hutin R jjan. 

Pitts, Jackson Sept 

Pitts, Ira 

Register, J. S 

Register, M. G 

Robinson, J. H 

Russ, John G 

Richards, R. J 

Rav, B. H 

Renfroe, N. E 

Renfroe, M. L. F 

Renfroe, N 

Sanders, B 

Single tarv, John 

Spence, A. T 

Strickland, Ithial H 

Sims, Ashley 

Solomon, F. W 

Solomon, F. Wiley 

Stanford, W. J 

Stanford, A. G 

Stanford, Monroe 

Stanford, S. M 

Sheats, C. N 

Tennille. William 

Thomas, J. C 

Wooten, A. J 

Wilson, T. S 

Wester, D. C 

Watson, J. M 

Watson, M. M 

Wise, L. L 

Wise, J. E 



Mch. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mch. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Mch. 
Feb. 
Mch. 
Jan. 



April 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



17, 

in, 

9, 

25, 

lti. 

9, 

in. 

31, 

19, 

27, 

20, 

5, 

9, 

9, 

HI. 



20, 

30, 

25. 

3, 

9, 

■i:<. 
25, 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

July 

April 

May 

April 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Jan. 



Feb. 

April 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, '65 
May 10, '65 
May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 

Mav 10, 

May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 

May 10, '65 



9, 

9, 
11, 

9. 

28, 

10 

28, 

18, 

28, 

9, 



1, '64 



Mav 10, '65 
May 10, '65 



Mav 10. '65 

Mav 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 



May 10, '65 
Jan. 25, '65 



Mav 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

May 10, '65 

Mav 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



May 10, '65 



REMARKS. 



5th Sergeant. 



1st Corporal. 



Captured by enemy September 23, '64. 
Died in Elmira, N. Y., December 21, '64. 



4th Sergeant. 



This company was paroled at Marianna, Florida, 
May 10, '65, by Maj. W. H. Milton, command- 
ing the battalion. 



Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Charles E. Dvke 






1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain of battery. 

Promoted Surgeon. 

3rd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant. 


Surgeon — 

W. F. Robertson 




May '65 


1st Lieutenant — 




2nd Lieutenant — 

E. W. Gamble 






3rd Lieutenant — 

Frank B. Fox 


Aug. 11, '62 


June 15, '65 


Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; captured, imprisoned 
at Camp Chase, O., April 13, '65. 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



297 



Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

IN. OUT. 



REMARKS. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, Thomas 

Alston. James A 

Atkinson, Craven 

Austen, M. D 

Baker, Jacob A 

Barron, Reuben T 

Barrow, Joseph F 

Barrow, J. R 

Bernreuter, Charles J 

Bernreuter, Henry 

BiUingslv, G. W 

Bishop, B. L 

Bishop, Wm 

Boyde, Thomas 

Bramlet, W. L 

Brickie 

Bunker, E. H 

Cam, David W 

Chestnut, A. D 

Chestnut, John 

Clem, Thomas V 

Combs, A. R 

Cone, A. D 

Douglass, A. F 

Eakin, George W 

Edmonson, Joseph A 

Edwards, 0. C 

English, J. C 

English, Joseph H 

Floyd, W. H 

Freeman, John W 

Garwood, Charles 

Gilbert, A 

Grambling, D. E 

Grambling, M. A 

Hamrick, D. J 

Hancock, Josiah 

Hinton, James H 



Hinton, S. S 

Hobby, Barney 

Hudnall, T. L 

Johnson, Frank 

Joiner, S. T 

Jones, Alfred 

Lee, James 

Martin, James P 

Martin, Joseph 

Mason, Adam W 

Mathis, Thomas Sr 

Mathews, William 

Montford, Joshua 

Myers, E. H 

Realy, Samuel W 

Neary, Thomas 

Newman, J. J 

McCants A. C 

O'Conner, Dennis 

Odom, M. S 

O'Neal, J. W 

Pappy, Francisco B 

Paterson, Hugh 

Paul, G. W 

Purdy, J. E 

Renew, Moses G 

Rhodes. J. J 

Sauls, James D 

Sessions, L. M. C 

Shepard, R. G 

Shilling, John 

Simmons, William A. W. 

Skipper, J. G 

Skipper, J. W 

Smith, E. C 

Smith, M. B 

Smith, W. J 

Taylor, J. L 

Stephens, Richard 

Tounsend, C. L 

Townsend, F. M 

Townsend, John A 

Townsend, William H 



Sept. 61 



June 15, '65 



Feb. 1 '62 



June 
May 



April 



May 
May 



April 



'02 



April 15, '62 
April '62 



May 



April 



'62 



May 
May 



May 



Sept. 



May 



'02 



May 



May 



April 15, '62 



May 



April 
April 



'62 

'04 



May 
May 



Mch. 3, '64 



May 
May 



Feb. 1, '64 



May 



May- 



May 



May 



May 



'65 
'65 



'65 



'65 
'65 



'or, 



'65 



'65 



'05 



'05 



'(;:, 



•05 



'65 



May '65 



May 



'05 



Killed at Oiustee, Feb. 20, '64. 

Died February 24, '64 at Lake City, Fla. 

Wounded at Oiustee, '64. 

Musician. 



Slightly wounded at Oiustee, Feb. 29, '64. 
Slightly wounded at Oiustee, Feb. 20, '04. 



Promoted Sergeant. 



Artificer. 



Captured in N. C, sent to Camp Chase April 13, 
'65 and from there was paroled June 15, '65. 

Discharged from Captain Lash's Company at Mur- 
freesborough on account of disability; re-enlisted 
in Gamble's Artillery. 



Sergeant. 

Wounded at Oiustee. 

Wounded at Oiustee, Feb. 20, '64. 

Promoted Sergeant. 
Artificer. 



Thrown from horse, in battle of Oiustee, February 

20, '64; left hip dislocated. 
Corporal. 



Killed at Oiustee, Feb. 20, '64. 



298 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Capt. Charles E. E. Dyke's Light Artillery. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Van Brunt, J. C 

Ward, Harvey 

Ward, Thomas 

Whitaker, John H. 

Wilson, Frank 

Wood, G. P 



May 



'65 



May 



'65 



GAMBLE'S ARTILLERY. 



Gamble's Artilleiy was organized in the spring of 1862. In November 
following the Battery was divided into two companies. Kilcreas was elected 
Captain of the second company with Patrick Houston as 1st Lieutenant. The 
Battery served at Johns Island, near Charleston, at Natural Bridge and var- 
ious other places in Florida. 

Roll Capt. R. H. Gamble's Light Artillery. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captains — 














1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, when Gamble's 








Battalion was divided; resigned January 12, '65. 
Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant of Kilcrease's 


1st Lieutenant — 






Artillery and on resignation of Villepigue, pro- 
moted^Captain. 


2nd Lieutenant — 
May 








3rd Lieutenant — 








ENLISTED MEN. 

Albritton, J. T 
































Babbitt, F. L 








Ball, Willis 








Baldy, W. C 






* 












June '63 


May 


'65 




Bennett, T. R 




Bennett, W. L 








Berry, H. H 




May 


'65 










Blake, Charles F 








Blanton, J. Elles 




May 


'65 


























Braden, H. B.... 






















Transferred, Houston. 


Brooks, B. F 








Budd, J. T 








Burton, C M 






Corporal. 


Butler, J. W 








Byrd, B. F 








Campbell, W. C 








Carrell, W. C 






















Sergeant. 








Artificer. 


















Chaires, T. B 










Mch. 23, '61 
April '62 


Mch. 20, 
April 


'65 
'65 


Wounded in Mississippi by Artillery wagon run- 


Clayton, A. B 


ning over foot. 



SOLDIERS OF FLOR DA. 



299 



Roll Capt. R. H. Gamble's Lignt Artillary. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Clayton, W. J 

Coles, John P 

Collier, James S 

Cox, John T 

Dale. William O 

Davenport, William 

Dawkins, Willis 

Dearborn, Jackson 

Demilly, John F 

Dudley, Spencer 

Duval, Philip S 

Ecles, James 

Edmondson, G. W 

Edwards, James T 

Edwards, Samuel 

Ennis, William 

Evans, Nathan P 

Farrell, Norman 

Fenns, Josiah 

Findison, Charles A 

Fisher, George H 

Fisher, J. H 

Fisher, William 

Gamble, Albert M ; 

Garrett, George W 

Geriell, G. E 

Gwaltney, James H 

Hamilton, Hampton P.. 

Hamilton, T. D 

Hamilton, Thomas P 

Hammond, S. T 

Hampton, W. A 

Haven, G. B 

Harris, J. A 

Hockett, John 

Hogue, John H 

Hopkins, Charles F 

Home, Henry M 

Home, J. W 

Horton, Levi 

Hutton, T. J 

Jones, George L 

Jones, Joseph 

Jones, William N 

Kersey, E. J 

Kilpatrick, J. W 

Kindon, W. H 

Kirkpatrick, T. W 

Lambert, Anthony 

LaTrobe, C. H 

Laurence, Thomas W.... 

Leonhard, H 

Lewis, Jesse 

Lewis, P. R 

Lynn, J. B 

McLaughlin, E. B 

Mabry, W. M 

Mabry, William W 

Markey, Thomas J 

May, Alfred M 

May, George A 

May, J. C 

May, William N 

Meyer, John 

Miller, W. H 

Moodie, E. J 

Morris, James A 

Nally, Thomas H. C 

Narzworth, J. Y 

Nevin, John 

Nicholson, M. J 

Norris, E. A 

Owens, Edward 

Perry, W\ H 

Perry, J. W 

Philips, R. F 

Puller, Joseph 

Putnam, John 

Randolph, T. P 

Richards, Jacob D 

Richardson, Daniel 

Richardson, David 

Rooney, J. A. J 

Rye, Hosea F 



Mch. '65 

Mch. 15, 



April 20, '65 
April '65 



Nov. 



'til' 



April 



May 



•«>_• 



Sept. 



'63 



May 



May 



'61 



May 



April 



'62 



May 



Mch. 



'63 



May 



Sept. 1, '62 



April 



Oct. 



'64 



April 29, '62 
May '64 



April 
April 



April 



Feb. 16, '63 
Jan. 1, '62 



*Vpril 



May 



'62 
'62 



April 
April 
April 



Commissary Sergeant. 



'65 



May 15, '65 



'65 



Deserted. 



Musician. 
....1st Sergeant. 



'65 



'65 



'65 



'65 



Died of consumption March, '66. 

Transferred to Villepigue, then Houston's Co. 



Artificer. 

Transferred to Infantry. 



Transferred from Co. A, 15th Con. to Gamble'8 
Artillery. 



Corp9ral. 

Slightly wounded at O.ustee, Feb. 20, '64. 
Artificer. 



'65 
'65 



•)).-, 



April '65 

April '65 

April 65 



'65 



April '65 

April '65 

April '65 

April '65 



'65 
'65 



Transferred,'64 to Kilcrease Battery. 
Died of disease October 20, '63. 



Sergeant. 

Wounded, Natural Bridge. 

Corporal. 

65 



Mch. 2, '63 



April 



'65 



300 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Captain R. H. Gamble's Light Artillery. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


















Sellier, Charles F 








Shaffer, Fred P 




April '65 
April '65 






May '62 








Smith, John J 








Smith, S. N 


'62 


May '65 




Stafford, J. J 




Stafford, R. F 












May '65 




Strickland, E. C 






Sutley, Absalom R 






Died March 30, '65. 












Jan. '63 






Walker, D. S 






Walker, J. J 








Walker, P. J 








Wheeler, J. H 




May '65 




Whistler, W. S 






White, Littleton M 








Williams, Mack 


'62 


May '65 
May '65 




Williams, Robert M 




Williams, Thomas F 






WiUiford, John 




May '65 
May '65 




Wilson, R. D 






Wolf, William W 






Womack, H. M 




May '65 





MARION LIGHT ARTILLERY 



Marion Light Artillery was organized May, 1861, and saw its first service 
on Amelia Island. In June, 1862, they were ordered to Dalton, Ga., and 
from there to East Tennessee, where they became a pait of the Army of Gen. 
E. Kirby Smith. At the battle o J . Richmond, Ky. August 30, 1862, the Mar- 
ion Light Artillery was the only Florida command present, where both officers 
and men were complimented for gallantry. On its return to Tennessee the 
battery was on post duty in East Tennessee, participating in only an occas- 
sional skirmish until September, 1863, when they joined the Army of General 
Bragg in North Georgia and took part in that campaign. They were engaged 
in the battles of Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, and in 1864 went through 
the Atlanta and Nashville campaigns as a part of Col. Melancthon Smith's 
Artillery Battalion, attached to the Division of Gen. B. F. Cheathem. After 
the retreat from Tennessee the batterj T was stationed near Mobile, where it 
was engaged during the Federal advance in 1865. After the fall of Mobile 
the Battery was transferred to Gen. Richard Taylor's department, and sur- 
rendered at Meridian, Miss., in Ma} 7 , 1865. 

Roll Marion Light Artillery. 



OFFICERS 

Captains — 

John M. Martin 

Robert P. McCants 
Thomas J. Parry.... 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



June 



June 
June 



'01 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 10, '65 



Resigned, '62, after he was wounded in Kentucky; 
then elected to Congress; then promoted Colo- 
nel of the 9th Infantry. 

2nd Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned, '63. 

Promoted Captain; shot at Dalton, Ga., in battle. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



301 



Roll Marion Light Artillery. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


1st Lieutenants — 


June 
June 

June 

June 


'61 
'61 

'61 

'61 






A. J. Neal 








May 10, 


'65 


then 1st Lieutenant, '63; killed '64,. 
3rd Lieutenant; promoted 2nd, then 1st Lieuten- 
ant. 


2nd Lieutenant — 

William Tidwell 


3rd Lieutenants — 




Ky. 
Died '62. 




June 


•ill 


May 10, 


'65 




ENLISTED MEN. 




Bethel, John A 


























July 


'61 






















Dec. 15, 


'61 




ment; died of disease at Knoxville, Tenn., De- 
cember 1, '62. 
Shot at Dalton, Ga., May 9, '64. 








Sept. 10, 


'61 


May 12, 


'65 










Dec. 12, 


'61 


May 10, 


'65 






'64. 










































Cribb Robert H 


Nov. 


'61 


May 10, 


'65 


















May 10, 


'65 


























Dfyden W. T 


May 10, 


'62 


May 10, 


'65 


Discharged August 20, '63, for disability; re-en- 






Sept. 


'61 




Corporal. 


Dye, William T 




Fife, R. M 


Dee. 20, 
Dee. 12. 


■<;i 
'61 








Maj IS. 


'65 
































Haddock, D. T 










Jan. 1, 


'62 






and, T. N 
















May 12, 
Sept. 


'62 
'61 


May 

May 


'65 

'65 


Transferred, October, '62, to Captain Westcott 3 




Co., Brevard's Co. Battalion. 




















Corporal; promoted Sergeant; killed, '04. 




April 25, 


'62 




Wounded at Nashville, Tenn., December 15, o4. 
























Hull, R. \ 


OH. 


'61 




































































King, William W 










Nov. 16, 


'61 


May 10, 


'65 






Sergeant. 


Leitner, Willis F 












May 


'65 










McNabb, Joshua N. G 

McRorv. Charles F 


July 


•01 


May 10, 

May 

May 

May 

May 


'65 
'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 


Sergeant. 


Mabry, W. W 






Marlowe, T. C 


Dec. 


'61 











302 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Marion Light Artillery. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Meadows, Jacob G 








Mills, Samuel P 








Minton, H. S 


May '62 


May '65 




Minton, John S 




Minton, J. T 




May '65 
Mav '65 
May '65 




Mirandu Thomas E 






Morrison, C. J 






Morrison, Daniel 






Morrison, Hug A 


Dec. 12, '61 


May '65 




Morrison, John B 




Morrison, William J : 








Nobles, Edward 




May '65 




Nobles, Nathaniel 






Norton, N. B 




May '65 
May '65 




Norton, W. R 






Otes, D. Dunlap 






Pasteur. George 








Perry, Alexander H 










June 15, '61 


May '65 




Peterson, Henry 






April '61 


May '65 




Plunkett, Elijah 




Robertson, John N 








Robertson, Jalez 








Russell, R. R 




May '65 
May '65 






Jan. 15, '62 


Wounded at Lovejoy, Ga., August 10, '64. 


Seigler, John M 


Simmons, W. A..W 




May '65 




Smith, John H 


Mch. '62 




Smith, Thomas J. H 








April '61 


Mav 3, '65 
May '65 
April '65 




Stevens, William C 




Strickland, John C 






Strickland, M. C 






Sturdevant, Joseph J 








Swearengen, Samuel ... 




May '65 
April 9, '65 
Mav '65 
May '65 
Mav '65 
May '65 
May '65 




Taratus, M. H .. 


May 12, '62 


Wounded at Lovejoy, Ga. 


Tillman, John E 


Timmons, S. E 


Oct. 17, '61 




Tracv, L. P 


Corporal. 


Wall, H. D... 


April 15, '62 
April 23, '61 


Webb Franklin 




Willis, Josenh J ... 




Zeigler, Joseph J 









MORTON CONFEDERATES— CAPT. C. C. HENDERSON. 



This c mpany was organized at Milton, Florida, in the spring of 1861. 
They were ordered to leport at Memph's Tennessee, and were there mustered 
in as Co. C, of the 40th Tennessee Regiment, a regiment made up of four com- 
panies f om Arkansas, four from Alabama, one from Kentucky and Hender- 
son's company from Florida, under command of Col. L. M. Walker. The 
Regiment later became the 5th Confederate Infantry. Co. C was stationed 
for some months at Fort Pillow, on the M ssissippi River; from there they 
were ordered to New Madrid, Mo., where they did garrison duty in the latter 
part of February, 1862, ;n anticipation of the Federal advance. After being 
under fire at New Madrid for some time, operations at the same time going 
on against Island No. 10, they were compelled to withdraw to the east side of 
the river, where the Confederate forces surrendered April 8, 1862. Captain 
Henderson, Lieutenant McMillan and five of his men succeeded in making 
their escape into the river swamps and eventually reached Fort Pillow. The 
rest of the command was imprisoned at Camp Butler, 111., until September, 
1862, when they were exchanged at Vicksburg, Miss. The company never 
reorganized, its term of enlistment having expired, the men joining other 
commands. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Capt. C. C. Henderson's Company C — ist Mixed Regular Infantry. 



30J 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 


'61 
'61 




Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 
Corporal. 

Corporal. 
Corporal. 

Cor]. oral. 
Sergeant. 




ist Lieutenant — 
D. McMillan.. .. 






2nd Lieutenants — 


'61 












3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bradlev. W. W 
























Brown, H. H 


























'61 






Capers, G 






















Cobb, O 








Cobb, S. R 










'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
"61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
•61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
Yd 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 

'61 
'61 

•61 
'61 

'61 

'61 
'61 
'61 
'61 
61 
'61 












Cushing, W. B 






Dixon, C 


















Foster, H 






Frater, H. F ... 












Grant, W. J 






Grimes. H. J 


















Hardy, \Y . S 




































McCauley, P 






MeDuffie, J. A 






Miller. A. J ... 






Mill<r : 






Miller. H 






Miller. H. H 












Odum, J. A 






Parker. J. S. H 


















Piloher, S. C 






Piner, (1. W 
























Smith. J. R 






Smith, S. H. ... 














•61 
'61 
'61 
'61 






Strickland. R. S 






Strickland . S 






Villar. H 







MILTON ARTILLERY. 



The Milton Light Artillery was raised in Apalachicola in 1861 by J. L. 
Dunham with Lieutenants Abell senior 1st, Bull junior 1st, Stephens senior 
2nd and Rambo junior 2nd; with ix guns, three 12 lb. brass rifle pieces 
and two 12 lb. Howitzers. In the spring of 1862 the Battery was ordered to 



304 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



East Florida and camped near the Three Mile Branch, Jacksonville (Camp 
Finnegan). The company took part in the fight at St. Johns Bluff and the 
several engagements around Jacksonville. In the summer of 1863 the Milton 
Light Artillery was divided. Captain Dunham kept four of the guns, Abell 
was made Captain and was given the other two guns and two more were fur- 
nished him, making another four gun battery. Captain Dunham retained 
two of the Lieutenants, Bull and Rambo. Mortimer Bates was elected junior 
2nd Lieutenant. Only a few months passed when Lieutenant Bull was killed 
by one Pickett in Lake City; Bates then came in command of the left section 
of one Battery. George Hines succeeded to the position of junior 2nd Lieuten- 
ant The section Bates commanded took part in the fight at Darb3 T 's Hill 
(McClenney). A part of the company took part in the battle of Olustee, 
Natural Bridge, and Bates' section did effective service on the St. Johns, aid- 
ing in capturing the Columbine and doing much damage to the Ottawa and 
another steamer at Horse Landing on the St. Johns. The Battery was a 
fine one and had it been in Virginia or in the Western Army would have made 
a name that the State would have been proud of; as it was both companies, 
A and B of the Milton Artillery, did splendid service and are entitled to as 
much credit as their more fortunate comrades who won honors at the battle 
front in the great contests of the war. — x 



Roll Battery A— J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1 st Lieutenants — 






When Dunham's Battery was divided Abel was 








made Captain of the 2nd division 


2nd Lieutenant — 








3rd Lieutenants — 

Simon K. Bull 






Murdered near Jacksonville, '62. 










ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams. Thomas H 








Aiken, James A 








Allen, J. C 














Artificer. 


Andrews, Joel R 
















Armstrong, George M 














i 


Bailey, John V 






Corporal. 


































Benton, John W 
































Blocker, R. C 


Sept. '63 


April '65 









































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



3«5 



Roll Battery A — J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery. 
(Continued,) 



Caxson, I.. 1 >. 1 >r 

Can-away. Taylor 

Carter. James 

Chance, Stephen 

Costa, Thomas 

Couchman, John W 

Croghan, John 

Davis, John W 

Dermont, Nicholas 

Dubber, Cornelius 

Duffin, Philip D 

Dykes. Jacob, Jr 

Edge, John B 

Edwards, John ( 1 

Flanders, Robert II 

Floyde, Gabriel J 

Ganus, William 

Goodman , Marion 

Glover, William H 

Grady, Cornelius 

Grierson, William A 

Gump, Gust avo 

Hare. Harrison 

Havs. Samuel N 

Hill. R. J 

Holts. Russell 

Jackson, Jerry H 

Jackson, 8. 

Johnson. Daniel R 

Johnson, George B 

Johnson, James M 

Johnson, John W 

Jones. Evan 

Justice, John D. K 

Justice, John W 

Justice, William B 

Keenan, James 

Keen, James 

Keen, Thomas 

Keen, William R 

Kirkland. Guilford 

Lovett, Patrick 

Lovett. Peter 

Long, David N 

Lore, Jefferson 

Luchandi, Manuel 

McArdle, Augustus 

McDaniel, J. M 

McDonough, Roger 

McDonough, Michael J. 

Maloy, James E 

Marshall. George 

Massena, Antone 

Massina, D 

Massina, Frank 

Massina, John 

Messer , Joel 

Mercer, Julius C 

Miller, Asbury W 

Miller, Henry C 

Miller, John 

Miller, Mason C 

Mulard, Gaspar 

Murat, Antone J 

Murphy, Alexander N . 

Nidley, James 

Oaks, Napolean B 

O'Brien, Gabriel F 

O'Neal, James E 

O'Neal, Samuel G 

Pagan, Joseph 

Palingguist, Francis P.. 

Penn, James P 

Perry. Henry B 

Powell, Benjamin F 

Powell, James 

Powel , John 

Powell, W. P 

Provansana, Mario 

Quincis, Salvador 

Raickmeyr Robert 

Richards. Raleigh 

Roan Joseph 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 



May 20, '64 



Feb. 



•62 



May 



'62 



( !orporal. 
Sergeant. 



'65 



Transferred to Navy. 
Corporal. 



April 



'65 



April 



'Ho 



Sergeant. 



1st Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Corporal. 



Lost right arm by Railroad April, '62. 



April 
April 



'65 
'65 



April 
April 



Corporal. 



Artificer. 



April 



April 26 
April 26, 
April 26, 



April 26, '65 
April 26, '65 



Corporal. 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Sergeant. 

Shot in chin in Georgia, '63. 



Wounded at Fisher and disabled; transferred to 
Navy. 



3o6 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Battery A— J. L. Dunham's Light Artillery. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Robinson, John M 








Rogers, Eugene W 












April 26, '65 




Rowlett, Daniel 






Rudd, Jeffrv 








Ryan, William R 






Sergeant. 






April 26 '65 
April 26, '65 


Sehollio, Philip 






Schwartz, Jacob 




Corporal. 


Sia, Joseph 














Smith, Charles W 








Smith, John H 








Stanfield, Jasper 








Stephens, William 








Summers, Daniel J 








Ulrich, John 








Warrick, Gustav 








Whigham, Joseph M 








Whigham, Madison W 










Oct. 6, '62 


April '65 




Whiddftn, William E ,,' 




Wilbur, Charles H 






Corporal. 
Corporal. 


Wilkes, Thomas J 






William^, Antone 






Witherspoon, T. J 


Sept. '61 


April '65 
April '65 




Wood, J. S 




Woo ten, Josiah 




Sergeant. 


Yates, James 






Yates, James M 




April '65 





Roll H. F. Abell's Light Artillery. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Henr- F. Abell 






Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant 




i st Lieu anant — 


April 15, 


'63 






2nd Lieutenant — 

3rd Lieutenant — 

Jose] 'lnis Averitt 






ENLISTED MEN. 

Barrentine, Stenhen 








Beach, Charles L 








Binton, Alexander 






Corporal. 

Promoted 1st Sergeant. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge. 
Bugler. 

Bugler. 




Bowles, William H 








Bradley, George K 

Brown. Absolam 


Aug. 


'63 


April '65 




Bruce. Donald 








Clark, William / 








Collins. J. II " 








Cox, William L 








Craven. James 








Crawford. Richard H. W 








Crawford, William 11 
















Gill, William H 


April 1, 


'63 


April 26, '65 




Griffin, George D 




Harrison, Franics 
















Humphrey, John 









Johnson, Emory 








Kenton, James M 









Kirkland, Guilford 








McLane, William 








Malphurs. Joseph W 




April 26, '65 


Lost great toe by railroad accident. 
Wounded at Natural Bridge, Fla., March 6. 
Deserted; took oath of allegience. 
Shot at Olustee, Fla., February 1, '64. 




Mann. Robert D 






Minton, William R 


'62 




65. 




April 26. '65 




O'Brien. Gabrie 






O'Neal. Henrv E 








Perrv, Elijah J 


July 28 


'63 


April 2ii . '65 




Pewitt, Josiah L 




Powell, Edward 




April 26, '65 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



307 



Roll H. F. Abell's Light Artillery. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




















Powell. \\ Lilian) 










'63 


April 26, 


V," 






Stanley. Ned J 




Died in prison. 

Sergeant. 

Artificer. 

Bearing injured at Olustee, Fla., Febru 

Discharged from Fort Delaware. 






























Auk- 1, '63 


April 26, 
Apri 2G, 


'65 
'65 


lry 20, '64. 


Trimmer, W. H .... 










Whidden, Bennett S 








Whidden, Daniel B 









Roll, Field and Staff — 1st Florida Reserves. 





MUSTERED 


MUSTERED 




NAMES. 


IN. 


OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonel — 








Lieutenant-Colonel — 






• 


Major — 

William H. Dial 








Surgeons — 








Assistant Surgeons — 








Adjutants — 

=gfrF. F. L'Engle, Lt. and Adj 








J. B. Blackwell 








Sergeant Major — 








Quartermaster — 








Commissary — 








Chaplains — 








Quartermaster-Sergeants — 








Commissary-Sergeants — 








Hospital Steward — 









Roll Company A — 1st Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Bauknight, A. B 


May '64 
Mch. 31. '64 
Mch. '64 
























Haddock, Z. T 


April 1, '64 


April 9, '65 




Harvall. D. G 




Harvard, D. G 








Johnson, D. W 








McPhifer, D 




April 9. '05 
April 9. '65 




Mixon, Charles B 


April 30. '04 


With Company H, 2nd Cavalry. 



308 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company A — ist Florida Reserves. 

(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Mixon, W. H 




April 9, '65 




Patterson, W. R 






Peacock, Willis 




April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 
April 9, '65 




Reddick, J. P 






Russell David Y 


May 12, '63 
May '64 




Tillman, William D 


Discharged December, '64, at Lake City. 



Roll Company B — ist Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

J. B. Spencer 








ist Lieutenant — 






1st Lieutenant and Adjutant. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Averett, B. F 






Averett, J. E 








Barker, W. H 
















Blair, Henry A 




May '65 












....Jan. '64 


May '65 










Cason, W. C 








Cheshire, M. T 










....Mch. '64 


May '65 






...April '64 






...June 20, '63 








.Mch. 15, '64 




Discharged March 15, '65,;for disability. 




.May '64 


May '65 


Ellis. J. B 
























Mch. '!'il 


May '65 






Vpril 1, '64 


































Hunt. John YV 




May '65 




















May '65 














Mav '65 
Mav '65 

May '65 
May '65 

Mav '(i"> 
May '65 




Meek-. H. C 






Polhill, T. A 


















■ ■■ ell, C. H 






Walston, W. F 








'64 


May 

May '65 








Accidentally shot in left arm June, '64. 


Willis, J. J 






Willis. J. W 




May '65 
May '65 












'64 


May '65 
Mav '65 
May '65 




Wilson, J. J . 






Wilson, R. W 







Roll Company C — ist Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 

OUT. REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 
W. W. Poe. 






ist Lieutenant — 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



309 



Roll Company C — 1st Florida Reserves. 
(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


May 


'64 












Belser, Stephen T 










May 12, 


'64 


May 


'65 


















Floyd, B. S 








Ford, W. J 










May 12, 


'64 


May 


'65 


















May 


'64 Mav 20. 


'65 

'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 




McDonald, W. L 




May- 
May 20, 
May 
May 
May- 
May 




Maer, William E 

Neel, Henrv C 


April 


'64 






Aug. 15, 


'64 




Oswald, R. E 




Parish. J. H 






Tidwell, W. J 


May 12, 


'64 















Roll Company D — 1st Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








1st Lieutenant — 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Thomas T. McDaniel 


May '64 

June 1, '64 
April 15, '64 






3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 










Promoted^Corporal. 






Bryant, T. J 
































Cornett, William M 
















Deas, Bryant M 


'62 

'62 












Drew. M. C 








July '64 














May 15, '64 




Died at Lake City, Fla., September 30. '64 from 
disease. B** 
















May '64 














April '64 
June 15, '64 




























'63 












Land, G. W 


July 18, '64 




















Land, W 










May '63 




Promoted'Lieutenant, Co. A; discharged February 










April 15, '64 


May 15, '65 
Mav 15, '65 
April 10, '65 
April 10, 65 
April 10. '65 
April 10, '65 
April 10, '65 




McCollough, John F 




McKinney, Madison 


April '64 




Page, S. H June '64 

Peek, O. F . 




Pert, J. J I 





3io 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company D — ist Florida Reserves. 

(Continued.) 



Peterson, Timothy, 
Pridgehan, John E... 

Sullivan, J 

Webb, J. P 

Webb, L 

Willis, J. D 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



May 



'64 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 10, '65 

April 10, '65 

April 10, '65 

April 10, '65 

April 10, '65 

April 10, '65 



Roll Company E — ist Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. * 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Wilson D. Tuberville 


May 15, 


'63 


April 


'65 


Promoted Captain. 

Discharged '64 for disability. 

Reenlisted in Captain Tuberville's Co. 
Wounded at Natural Bridge by explosion 
Discharged April 1, '65, for disability. 




ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Alford, E. H 






May 


'62 






Anderson, M. B 






Boyd, W. H 


April 


'64 






Bradshaw, W. J 






Core, G. W 










Aug. 


'64 






Demilly, W. A 






Edwards, H. K 








Felkel, H. T 








Ferrell, W. B 








Forbes, R. B 


'64 






Gwaltnev, J. H 








May 
Mch. 


'62 
'64 
'64 
'64 


May 
May 15, 


'65 
'65 








Hodge, B. B 






May 15, 


'65 




Hulberson, M. B 




Joyner, W. B 










Mch. 15, 


'65 






Pelt. Durant 




'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
"65 




Pigott, S. T 






May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 
May 15, 




Priest, C. C 








Reynolds, John I 




'64 




Roach, Charles W 






May 1, 


'64 








Skipper, C. H 






—i 


Stafford, S. T 









Roll Company F — ist Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


Mch. '64 






Bishop, J. N 






























Hamrick, J. M 


Mch. 5, 64 







SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



3ii 



Roll Company F — 1st Florida Reserves. 

(Continued.) 



Hartsfield, Jake F 

Henry, C. W 

Hodges, J. R 

Huggins, J. T 

Kinney, Russell 

Lee, J. S 

Letchworth, Thomas G. 

Lightsey, Henry 

Martin, Samuel 

May, M. S 

Odom, Samuel 

Patterson, William R 

Porter, Joseph C 

Standlev. W. E 

Thomas, W. C 

Tindale, Jeremiah 

Woods, W. H. A 



MUSTERED 



June 



Mch. 
May 



June 
May 



•<il 



'64 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



May 



'65 



Mav 20, - 65 
May 20, '65 



'62 June '65 

'June 20, '65 

'62 June 20, '65 
jjune 20, '65 



Uune 20, '65 



REMARKS. 



Wounded at Natural Bridge March, '65. 



Wounded at Natural Bridge. 

Wounded on way to Natural Bridge by falling 

from a ear. 
Discharged for disability. 



Roll Company G — 1st Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Lost hearing from explosion of , 
Bridge. 




1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


Mav 1, '63 
May 10, (it 
Mch. ''64 


May 10, '65 






1 bomb at Natural 
















July '64 


May 10. '6.3 




Hoover, W. T 














Jan. '64 

'64 

July 1, 64 


May '65 

Mav '65 
April 26, 65 
April 20, '0.3 












Thomas, W T . C 





Roll Company I — 1st Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; shot at No 
Cedar Keys, Fla., July, '64. 

Lost left leg from fall through tressel 
Marks, August 10, '64. 




1 st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 


April 

May 8, 
May 


'64 

'64 
'64 


May 

May 
June 3, 


'6.3 

'65 
'65 


4, near 


3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adkins, E. N 




























Baker, E. C 


May 


'64 














May 


'64 


June 3, 


'65 


near St. 


Douglas, F. H 




Dukes, M. W 


Mch. 20, 


(it 
























'64 


May 


'65 





312 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company I — ist Florida Reserves. 

(CONTINUED.) 



NAMES, 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 








Died April 20, '65. 

Wounded at Natural Bridge March, 




Parish, H. M 




May 


'65 






April 18, 
June 


'64 
'64 






May 
May 

May 18, 
May 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 










April 
May 


'64 
'64 










'65. 


Walker, E 




April 9, 


'65 





Roll Company K — ist Florida Reserves. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Joshua L. McGahagin. 
ist Lieutenant — ■ 

John W. Jeffords 

2nd Lieutenant — 

John M. Graham 

3rd Lieutenant — 

James Gore 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams, James 

Agnew, EnochW 

Beal, Moses 

Beal, Toss 

Blair, William 

Brantley, William 

Brinson, James S 

Brooks, Frederick 

Buckston, Littleton 

Caldwell, F. E 

Carroll, Benjamin 

Caruthers, Wiley 

Caruthers, Reuben 

Colding, George W 

Colding, William 

Ellis, Isham 

Ellis, John 

Fort, Isaiah J 

Gaskins, William 

Gerald, Henry 

Granger, Hugh 

Hollev, Alexander 

Hall, William 

Harvey, Jasper 

Hill. John 

Hull, Benjamin J 

Hull, James E. B 

Johnson, Frank C 

Leitner, Pierce B 

Luker, Alfred 

McGahagin, William E.. 

Mann, Elbert 

Manning, John 

Manning, Johnathan 

Marsh, Henry 

Marsh, Joseph 

Morrison, Daniel W 

Perry, Joshua 

Perry, Preston 

Perry, William 

Rainer, Hardy 

Roach, John 

Ross, George J 

Russell, Ichabod 

Saddler, William 

Scott, J. Warren 

Smith, Marshall 

Smith, Rufus H 

Turner, William 

Turner, William C, Jr... 

Weaver, Bryant 

Weaver, Jackson 

Williams, John D 

Williamson, Paul 

Williamson, Thomas 

Worey, Jacob 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



May 
May 



May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 28, 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 



April 



April 
April 
April 
April 



April 



April 
April 



April 



'(it 
'64 
'64 
T,4 
'65 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
•61 
•64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
•64 
'64 
'64 
'64 

'61 

'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 

'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64 
'64' April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'(•».-. 



■6.-. 



•65 



'65 



'65 



Died in hospital. 
2nd Corporal. 





April 
April 


'65 
'65 


April 


'65 




April 


'65 



Sergeant. 

Deserted. 
Deserted. 



1st Corporal. 
Sergeant. 

2nd Sergeant. 
Deserted. 

Died in hospital. 

Corporal. 
1st Sergeant. 



April 



Sergeant. 

Died in hospital. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company L — ist Florida Reserves. 



313 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

8. S. Gilchrist 

1 st Lieutenant — 



2nd Lieutenant — 



3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Causseaux, W. W 

Dunaway Samuel H 

Edwards, W. W 

Floyd, Theophilus 

Gatlin, R. D 

Green, Thomas 

Gunn, William 

Havgood, Richard R 

Hinson, D M 

Johnson, A. J 

Kemp, J. B 

McDougal, Archibald N 
Mcintosh Augustus L... 

McPhail, J. D 

Martin, M. L 

Mitchell, Thomas 

Rudd, Elias J 

Shaw, L. W 

Strange, S. S 

Todd. William 

Waldon, Orvin 



MUSTERED 



June 



■M 



'64 



May '64 

Mch. 15, '64 



Jan. '65 

June 3, '64 
June '64 



June 
April 



'64 
'64 



April 



lit 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 15, '65 



May 15, '65 
April 15, '65 



May 



'65 



June S, '64 



May 15, 

May 15, 

May 15, 

May 

May 

May 15, 

May 

May 

May 

May 



REMARKS. 



Promoted Corporal. 



Roll Company . . — ist Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Adams F. M 












'64 
'64 
'64 




Served 12 months in 1st Fla. Regiment at Pensa- 




April 








April 


'65 








Mathis, M. C 


June 15, 


'64 


May 20, 
April 
April 20, 
April 20, 


'65 
'65 
'65 

•65 








Smith S. N 


April 


'64 




Wilder, J. M 





Roll Company 



-ist Florida Reserves. 





MUSTERED 


MUSTERED 






NAMES. 


IN. 


OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 










Captain — 




















ist Lieutenant — 






Promoted 1st Lieutenant. 




2nd Lieutenant- • 








3rd Lieutenant — 










ENLISTED MEN. 





















314 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company . . — ist Florida Reserves. 

(Continued.) 



High, J. P 

McClellan, J. L 

Palmer, J. Dabney.. 
Townsend, Charles.. 

Walker, J. E 

Woods, W. H. A 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



Aug. 



'03 



'62 
May 8, '64 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 

April 9, '65 



REMARKS. 



Roll Company . . — 2nd Florida Reserves. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








i st Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


















Sept. 


*63 
'64 








May 


'65 


















July 


'63 




Wounded at Cedar Keys, Fla. 




May 
May 
May * 
May 


'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 












Wounded by explosion of shell at Chattanooga, 
Tenn., '64. 





Roll Company A — Florida Militia. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT 


REMARKS 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

L. M. Gamble 








ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


'64 
Oct. 7, '62 


May '65 








Condry, W. G 








Oct, '63 


May 20, '65 
May '65 




Owens, R. W 











Roll Company B — ist Confederate Battalion. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Died at Mobile, Ala, May, '81. 


ist Lieutenant — 

Joseph Moore 






2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Davis, Thomas 


Oct, 10, '61 
'61 

Sept. '61 




Wounded at Corinth, Miss., '62. 

Wounded at Fort Pillow, Tenn., August, '62 from 

explosion of shell, captured and paroled from 

prison at close of war. 
Wounded at the Wilderness May 6, '64. 


Delmar, Eugene 




Hugon, Benjamin J 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



315 



Roll Company B — 1st Confederate Battalion. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Moore, W. H 

Capers, G. C 

Capers, J. O 

Delacy, Andrew.. 

Johnson, J. E 

Joseph, Antonio.. 
Mouley, W. H 



Shot at Petersburg October 1, '64; paroled at close 
of the war. 



May 



'64 



'61 



May 

May 



'65 

'65 



Roll Capt. 


John T. Leslie's Company — Munnerlyn's Battalion. 




NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Ran over by government wagon and rupture 
Transferred to Ca] tain John Parson's Co. 

Discharged, under age; reenlisted. Captain 
dry's Co. 

Discharged for disability. 




1st Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 


June '63 














May '63 


May '65 


















Sept. '62 




(1. 




Mav '65 






April '62 May '65 
'63 Mav '65 
















McClelland, J. L 






Hen- 






May '65 
Julv '65 
July '65 




Piatt, William 


'63 












July '65 
July '65 
JJuly '65 




Wells, 6. W 






Wilson, R. M 





NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Captain — 
W. W. Wall 








ENLISTED MEN. 

















Captain — 

C. F. Stubbs 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Blount, William 

Blount, William O. I 

Blount, W. S. T 

Burnett. J. H 

Rogers R. F 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Mustered out at close of war. 



NAMES, 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Captain — 

W. B. Watson 






Paroled at 




ENLISTED MEN. 

Blitch F W 


'63 




close of war. 


Britch J. G 








McMullen , David 


- 


April '65 





3i6 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Capt. E. J. Lutterloh's Company — Independent Cavalry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

E. J. Lutterloh... 
ist Lieutenant — 

2nd Lieutenant — 

James A. Brock.. 
3rd Lieutenant — 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Beach, John L 

Bush, Jeptha 

Cannon, Madison 

Dotson, W. J 

Faircloth, Daniel D 

Hardee, J. S 

Hatcher, Isham 

Hines, Isaac 

Holder, William D 

Hogans, Daniel B 

Hudson, S. W 

Leavett, George S 

Osteen, Solomon 

Philpot, Thomas W 

Rucker, B. F 

Sheppard, Simeon A 

Slaughter, C. L 

Turner, J. S 

Townsend, John H 

Watson, W. J 

Wood, J. W 



MUSTERED 



April 15, '61 



April 15, '61 



'62 



'63 



Aug. 1, '64 
July '64 



July 15, '64 
Sept. '63 

Aug. 1, '64 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'05 



'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 

'05 
'65 
'05 
'65 



Discharged in '64, for'disability. 
Shot at No. 4. near Cedar Keys. 



Roll Capt. E. A. Fernandez' Company — Detached Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


OFFICERS. 

Captain — 








ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Campbell, J. W 


Sept. 1, '64 
Jan. 1, '63 


May '65 
May '65 








Harrell, H. S 














Feb. '65 




Wounded accidentally at New Troy, Fla., March 
15, '65. 


Ogden, W. H 


May '65 
May '65 
May '65 


Price, G. W 






Smith, E 







Roll Capt. F. A. Hendry's Company — Independent Cavalry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




OFFICERS. 

Captain — 






Shot accidentajy by comrade of "same 




ist Lieutenant — 
2nd Lieutenant — 
3rd Lieutenant — 

ENLISTED MEN. 








Blount, J. J 


















April 1, '63 
'64 
'64 


April '65 
April '65 




Flint, William R 


Co. 






Hendry, W. M 






Keen, E. B 


July 13, '64 




April '65 
April '65 




Pearce, P. S 





SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



317 



Roll Capt. F. A. Hendry's Company — Independent Cavalry. 

(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT 



REMARKS. 



Rainey, Joseph 

Sapp, John 

Summer lin, Jasper.. 
Wiggins, R. C 



'63 

May '64 

June 15, '64 



April 
May 
April 
April 



Wounded while guarding a vessel at Bay Port, Fla 



THE NAVY IN FLORIDA. 



A steamer named the Spray was fitted up as a war vessel and did very 
efficient service along the Gulf coast. On May 10, 1861, the Spray attacked 
the United States schooner William C. Atwate, manned with 31 men, off Cedar 
Keys. The At water was taken into Appalachicola and converted into a block- 
ade runner. It was captured in January, 1862, by 1 he United States steamer 
Itasca. In June, 1861, the privateer "Jefferson Davis/ 'a small brig with letters 
of marque from the Confederate Government, sailed out of Charleston harbor 
under command of Capt. L. M. Coxetter. The crew of this vessel was com- 
posed T largely of Floridians; among them William Baya, afterward Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the 8th Florida Regiment, was Lieutenant of Marines. In a cruise 
of three months on the Atlantic coast this vessel captured eleven prizes. Be- 
ing chased by United States war vessel in August she attempted to run into 
St. Augustine but was wrecked on the bar. 

~1 On June 25, 1861, a levy of 20 men from the companies of Captains 
Williams and More, afterward Cos. B and C, from the 2nd Regiment, then 
stat oned at Cedar Keys, went in the steamer Madison on which a six-pounder 
was mounted, and recaptured four schooners, which had been taken by the 
United States steamer Massachusetts, a few days before, and sent them, with 
Leuitenant Seldon, U. S. N., and 19 marines, the prize crew, into Cedar Keys. 

Roll Confederate Navy of Florida. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Bazzell, C. E.. 



Castello, George 

Cattenetti, Domings.. 

Chase, J. H 

Comforter, Nicholas . 
Coonrod, Lorenzo D . 



Cone, Fountain H.. 

Cone, William H 

Dykes, John 

Harmon, T. H 

Garo, Abram 

Johnston, Edward.. 



Moore, James W... 
Philips, James M.. 

Taylor, G. T 

Theobald, John 

Shiple, J. H 

Syfrette, F. M. E.. 



Dec. 



'02 



'63 
April 11, '64 



Mch. 



'64 
'62 



Nov. 



I Sept. 



161 

'62] 

'62 May 

May 

'62 May 



Under Capt. C. R. Jones; Steamer "Chattahoo- 
chee." 

Under Captain George Hays. 

Under Captain Lewis. 

Under Captain McLaughlin; (Naval Batt). 

Under Captain Lewis. 

Under Captain C. R. Jones " Chattachoochee" ; 
transferred to Gun Boat "Savannah," N. C.,'63. 

Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray." 

Gun Boat "Spray." 

Under Captain Jones; "Chattachoochee," 
Under Captain McGary; Gun Boat "Spray." 
Confederate Ram, Savannah; engineer, captured, 
'63 and died in prison at Fort Warren October 
13, '63. 

Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray." 
Under Capt. Geo. Hays. 
.... Under Captain Jones; "Chattachoochee." 
'65 Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray." 
'05 Under Captain Lewis; Gun Boat "Spray." 
'65|Under Captain Jones; "Chattachoochee." 



318 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Conscript Camp at Marianna, Fla., in Charge of Maj. J. E. Galliger. 



OFFICERS. 

Major — 

J. E. Galliger 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Anderson, Danile L 

McCallam, R. L 

McRae, Charles 

McSwain, A 

Seoniers, William F 

Snell, William 



MUSTERED 



June 1, '64 



June 1, '64 
June 11, '64 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 
'65 



Roll of Volunteer Conscripts; Baneau's Battalion; Anderson's Brigade. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


ENLISTED MEN. 










Sept. '62 













Roll of Conscript Camp at Madison, in Charge of Colonel J. J. Daniels. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Bellamay, W. D 

Clements, J. G 

Shaw, W. W 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



'64 April 



'65 



Promoted Sergeant. 



Roll Camp of Instruction at Madison, Fla., in Charge of Colonel Rogers. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, J. J 








Blount, W. S. I 
















Harrell, H. S 


Mch. '64 
Feb. 1, '63 




























Mch. 15, '62 












•<;•_> 













Roll Soldiers of Florida, Miscellaneous. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 




'61 






Bah, J. W 














Bell, V. T 






Under Capt. M. M. Johnson. 


Bevis, A.. 






Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards; partici- 
pated in fight at Marianna September 27, '64. 








Dixon, A. B 


Dec. '62 

'62 

May '64 




Captain of Home Guards; wounded at Bluff Spring, 
Fla., December, '64. 










non's Battalion of of Ga., Anderson's Brigade. 


Folsom, J. Y 




Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



319 



Roll Soldiers o fFlorida, Miscellaneous. 

(Continued.) 



Gwyii, B. G 

Hall, Rolin 

Hattiwanger, Levi. 

Haynes, Milton 



Hodge, Sam S.. 

Horn, E. F 

Jones, C 

Jones, J. A 

Jones, S. D 



Lewis, Arthur.. 



McNealy, Adam 

Mathews, William. 



Merrett, A 

Nettles, William W. 
Nims, J. R 



Peary. T, J. 



Raker, Leonidas 

Sylvester, J. P 

Timmons, Timothy G. 

Wofford, J. I 

Belcher, W. A 

Bell, J. W 

Black, George E 

Bryant, J. W 



Butler, Lee 

Collins, John Marion.. 

Denham, James 

Farrier, James M 

Frink. J. W 

Hart, Oscar 

Mathis, Joshua 

Morgan, T. F 

Robinson, J. L 

Spivey, J. E 

Summerall, David 

Taylor, John D 

Tharp, Samuel 

Walker, E. G 

Wallace, Thomas J 

Waters, John W 

White. John B 

Whitton, Elias 

Wilder, E. H 

Williams, J. J 

Williams, Jeptha V... 

Wingate, Jerry 

Wyche 



MUSTERED 



'64 



Feb. 28, '64 
Sept. '63 

'64 



Sept. 27, '64 



Mch. 5, '62 
'64 



June '62 



Mch. 



'(14 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 
May 
May 

May 



May 
May 
May 



May 
May 
April 



'65 

'65 
'65 

'65 

'65 



Under Captain Lou Williams; Reserves. 

Under Captain Phil Dell; 1st Reserves. 

Under Captain Hawkins B, 2nd Reserves; promo- 
ted 1st Sergeant Co. B, 2nd Regiment. 

Under Captain Stark; 2nd Battalion, Co. H; pro- 
moted Captain Co. -5th Battalion. 

Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards. 

Under Captain James Hunt; Co. F. 

Under Captain Hawkins; Co. B, 2nd Reserves. 

Under Captain James Hunt; Co. F 

Under Captain J. N. Jones and Colonel McCor- 
mick. 

Under Captain Jesse J. Norwoodjwounded Septem- 
ber 27, at Marianna, Fla., and died two days 
afterwards. 

Under Captain Robinson; Home Guards, captured 
and died in prison at N. Y. 

Under Captain Jesse J. Norwood. 

Under Captain Daniel Sloan. 

Under Captain Jesse Pritchett; promoted 2nd Lie- 
utenant of Home Guards. 

From Gadsden County, Fla., enlisted in 29th Ga, 
Regiment; lost finger at Kennesaw Mt., lost arm 
aad disabled at Jonesborough, Ga. 

Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards. 

Under Capt. W. B. Henderson. » 

Under Captain King of 1st Reserves. 

Under Captain Starke. 

Corporal. 

Under Capt. J. F. P. Johnson; Hollands Batt. 

Under Captain Pyles; transferred to , '62 Captain 
Moore, Ind.; wounded in R. R. accident, Gaines- 
ville. 

Captain; wounded, Natural Bridge March, '65. 

Sergeant; wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 

Under Capt. J. C. Wilcox; Independent. 
Wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 
Under Captain James King; Independent. 
Wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 
Under Captain Richardson; Home Guards. 



Died March 11, '97. 



Died September 13, '99. 

Wounded, March, '65 Natural Bridge. 
Died June 3. '01. 

Wounded, Natural Bridge March 4, '65. 



Roll, Field and Staff — Florida Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. 



NAMES. 


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Brigadier-Generals — 


Mch. 'gl 

'61 
'61 




Captain of Co. A, 2nd Infantry, promoted Colonel; 






May 10, '62, Brigadier-General, August, '62: 
wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; at the 
Wilderness May 5, '64, and disabled. 






Captain of Co. D, 2nd Regiment, Major of Cavalry 






in '62-'63; Colonel, 11th Florida Regiment, '64; 
promoted Brigadier-General,' 65. 
Caotain Co. C, 8th Regiment, Colonel September 








17, '62; commanded Fla. Brigade at the battle 
of Gettysburg. '63, commanded Fla. Brigade 
from May 5. '64 until relieved by General Bre- 
vard; commanded Fla. Brigade at surrender. 



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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll, Field and Staff — Florida Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. 
(Continued.). 



NAMES. 


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REMARKS. 


Ad iutant-General — 

B. F. Simmons, 1st Lt. & A 






1st Lieutenant and A. A. G.; surrendered at Appo- 
mattox. 

Major; surrendered at Appomattox. 

Captain; surrendered at Appomatox. 
Captain; surrendered at Appomatox. 

Major; surrendered at Appomatox. 

Captain; surrendered at Appomatox. 

1st Lieutenant; surrendered at Appomatox. 


Brigade Quartermaster — 

D. W. Hinkle 






Assist. Brigade Quartermaster — 












Brigade Commissary — 

Thomas C. Elder 






Assist Brigade Commissary — 
R. W. Reid 






Ordnance — 

W. H. Clark 







MEDICAL OFFICERS. 



Return of medical officers of the Army, Volunteer Corps and Militia, 
including physicians employed under contract, together with detail physi- 
cians of the Confederate States, serving in the State of Florida March 1865. 



NAME. 


RANK. 


DATE COM. 


POST OR 
STATION. 


■WHERE SERVED. 


REMARKS. 




Surgeon. 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 

Asst. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 

Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 


'61 


Staff 

Lake City 
Field 

Camp Jackson 
Lake City 

Field 

Quincy 

Virginia 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Army, Tenn. 

Lake City 

Fort Reed 

Virginia 

Field 
Virginia 
Fort Meade 
Cook 

x^ake City 
5th Fla. Bat. 
Live Oak 


Bragg's Army 








Henry A. Bacon 

L. W T . Chamberlain ... 
W D Conner 


'63 

July 19, '62 
Feb. 13, '63 

'63 

'62 

'61 

'62 

Jan. 1, '62 

'61 

'62 

'64 

Aug., '62 

'63 

'62 

'64 

'62 




Died, hospital at Fernandina, 
'67. 

Detail by General Finnegan at 
request of Major Baldwin. 


Bat. Inf. 
Hospital 

3rd Florida Inf. 


D. Cam 




Medical purveyor. 


R. P. Daniel 


Sth Florida Inf. 
2nd Florida Cav. 
Detached Cav. 
Army of Tenn. 
5th Florida Inf. 
7th Florida Inf. 
5th Florida Bat. 
Marion Artillery 

Hospital 

Watson's Co. 
Sth Florida Inf. 

1st Florida Inf. 
2nd Florida Inf. 
F. A. Henry's Co. 
J. T. Leslie's Co. 
Hospital 




Trans. Georgetown Hospital. 


B C Fishburn 


Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 

Surgeon 
Asst. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 

Surgeon 
Surgeon 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
A. A. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Asst. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 
Asst. Surg. 

Surgeon 
\ssi Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Surg. 
A. A. Sure. 
A. A. Surg. 
Surgeon 






J D Godfrey 




Horatio Hallifield. 
H M. Holmes 


Died in Ocala, '91. 








Died, Tampa '88. 




P. W. B. Hodges 


at Fredericksburg, Va. 








G. L. Key 


'64 

'64 

'64 

May 25, '63 

Mch. 15, '64 








J. E. LeEngle 




E. P. Paschar 


Eng. Corps 


Detail Co. K, 2nd Florida. 






Thomas M. Palmer... 
Hv. H. Robinson 


'61 

July 13, '62 

'62 

Mch., '63 


Richmond, Va. 

Marianna 

Staff 

Field 

Field 

Richmond, Va. 

Field 

Hospital 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Bear Landing 

Clay Landing 

Field 

Field 

Field 

Tallahassee 


Florida hospital 

Hospital 

Sub. District Fla. 

Dunham's Art. 

2nd Florida Cav. 

Hospital 

Camp Instruction 

Richmond, Va. 

Co. H.FloridaCav 

Villepigue's Bat. 

25, '64. 
4th Florida Reg. 
Sth Florida Reg. 
Abel's Battery 
Impress Labor 
Ryn's Co. 
Agnew's Co. 
Lutteloh's Co. 
2nd Florida Cav. 


Jacksonville, Address. 


W. J. Scull 




A. P. Smith 


Dead. 


E. T. Sabal 




S. M. E. Todd . 






J. P. Wall 


Oct., '61 








W. M. Wilson 




Captured at Darby's still July 




'62 








J. Turnbull 


Oct. 28, '64 
Aug., '63 




A. M. Cox 




W. E. Collier 




G. M. L. Simmons 


Oct., '64 
Nov. 14, '64 
Nov. 27, '63 
Jan. 25, '65 






Dead 


D. H. Hudson. . . 


Detail from Campbell's Art'y. 


J. McCall 


2nd Florida Cav. 
Sub. District F\n . 




J. H. Randolnh 




Dead. 



N. B. The above report was made from official documents in the possession of S. Stringer, Surgeon, P. A.C. S. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Brigade Band. 



321 



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April 9, '65 


















William R. King 
































R. G. Hunter 






































































2 B. Flat. 








2 B. Flat. 

















Civil War SSiographies. 



These Biographies are added as suggestion of what, the revised and completed work 
should contain. The story of the officer is most often the condensed story of the 
Company, Regiment. Brigade or Division. 



General Edmond Kirby Smith. 
Appointed Major of Cavalry May, 1861; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel 
May, 1861; Brigadier-General June, 1861; Major-General 1863; General Au- 
gust, 1863. 

Gen. Edmond Kirby Smith was born in St. Augustine, Fla., on May 1 6, 
1824; died at Sewannee, Tenn., March 28, 1893. His father was Joseph L. 
Smith, the first presiding judge of the United States Superior Court for the 
Eastern District of Florida. General Smith was appointed and admitted to 
West Point July 1, 1841; graduated July 1, 1845, standing twenty-fifth in his 
class; appointed brevet 2nd Lieutenant in the 5th Infantry July I, 1845; 2nd 
Lieutenant in the 7th Infantry August 26, 1846; 1st Lieutenant March 9, 
1851; Captain of 2nd Cavalry March 3, 1855; Major January 31, 1861. Lie was 
breveted 1st Lieutenant April 18, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in 
the battle of Cerro Gordo, and Captain August 20. 1847, in the battle of Con- 
treras and Cherubusco, Mexico; resigned April 26, 1861. After the close of 
the Mexican War Lieutenant Smith was assigned to West Point, where he re- 
mained for three years as assistant instructor in mathematics; later he served 
under Major Emory, on the boundary commission to locate the line between 
Mexico and the United States. Upon the organization of the cavalry regi- 
ments in 1855, he was assigned to the 2nd Regiment as Captain and ordered 
to Texas, where he was engaged against the Comanche Indians. Upon the 
secession of Florida in April, 1861, he resigned his commission in the United 
States Army and tendered his services to the Confederate States. 

His value was fully appreciated by the Confederate officials and he was 
given the posit on of Major of Cavalry, and almost immediately promoted 
Lieutenant-Colonel under Van Dorn; before he could join his command he 
was set to work at Lynchburg to organize the troops gathered there. There 
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston found him, made him his Adjutant-General and took 
him to Harper's Ferry. While acting as Adjutant-General he was promoted 
to Brigadier-General and assigned to a brigade in Johnston's army. When the 
battle of Manassas was fought he marched thirty miles to join the movement 
and arrived at such an opportune time that, with Kershaw, he succeeded in 
changing impending defeat into a brilliant Confederate victory In this bat- 
tie he was severely wounded, which disabled him for several months. 

Upon his recovery he was sent to East Tennessee, where he took com- 
mand of the detached r'ght wing of Bragg's army. In 1863 he was promoted 
to Major-General, and, by order of President Davis, assumed command of the 



324 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

trans-Mississippi department. After Grant's capture of Vicksburg and the 
effectual cutting of the Confederacy in two, communications with General 
Smith's headquarters were so irregular, that the Confederate Government 
found it advisable to endow General Smith with greater powers and a higher 
rank. He was made full General, becoming the sixth officer of the Confederacy 
to hold that rank; the others being Cooper, Lee, "Joe" Johnston, Beauregard, 
and Bragg, in the order named. After the close of the war he became presi- 
dent of the Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Co., which position he resigned to 
accept the presidency of the University of Nashville, which he held until 1875. 
He was then made professor of mathematics in the University of the South, 
at Sewannee, which position he held at the time of his death. 

Major-General William H. Chase. 

General Chase, for many years the leading citizen of Pensacola, was a 
native of Massachusetts. Appointed cadet in the military academy at West 
Point and graduated thirtieth in his class; appointed brevet 2nd Lieutenant 
of Engineers March 4, 181 5; 2nd Lieutenant April 15, 1815; 1st Lieutenant 
March 31, 1818; Captain January 1, 1825; Major July 7, 1838; resigned Octo- 
ber 30, 1856; appointed Colonel Florida State troops 1861; promoted Major- 
General Florida State troops 1861. 

During his career in the United States Army he filled many an important 
position in the Engineer service, superintending the construction of Forts Pike 
and Jackson on the Mississippi River, the defences of Pensacola harbor, Fort 
Taylor and many other works, as well as river and harbor improvements. He 
was active in promotion of internal improvements, and after his resignation 
was president of the Alabama & Florida Railroad Company. At the beginning 
of the year 1861, when the first organization of troops was made in Florida, 
Colonel Chase was appointed Major-General of State troops. In this capacity 
he was in command at Pensacola, seized the public works on the mainland 
and summoned Fort Pickens to surrender. He was in command at Pensacola 
until Gen. Braxton Bragg was assigned to duty there in March, 1861. On 
account of his advanced age General Chase did not participate in later military 
operations He died at Pensacola February 8, 1870, at the age o 72. 



Major-General William Wing Loring. 

Appointed Brigadier-General May 20, 1861; promoted Major-General 
February 15, 1862. 

Maj.-Gen. William Wing Lor ng was a soldier from his boyhood. He was 
born in Wilmington, N. C, December 4, 1818; in early chi dhood became a 
resident of Florida, and when only 14 years of age was in the ranks of the 
volunteers, fighting Indians in the swamps and everglades. He did not have 
a West Point training, but he was educated in the true school of the so'dier — 
active campaign life. On June 16, 1837, he was appointed a 2nd Lieutenant. 
After that he went to school at Alexandria, Va., and Georgetown, D. C. He 
afterward studied law and was admitted in 1842 to practice. He then went 
back to Florida and before long was elected to the State legislature, of which 
he remained a member for three years. In the Seminole War of 1836-38 he 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 325 

was appointed senior Captain of a regiment of mounted riflemen, and in the 
following year he was made Major commanding. He served under General 
Scott in all the battles of the Mexican War, from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico 
Mexico, and for gallant conduct was breveted Lieutenant-Colonel. While en- 
tering the City of Mexico at the head of his regiment he lost his left arm. 
After the war the citizens of Apalachicola, Fla., presented him with a sword. 
In 1849, during the gold fever in California, Colonel Loring was ordered to 
take his regiment across the continent and take command of the Department 
of Oregon. On this occasion he marched his command a distance of 2,500 
miles, taking with him a train of 600 mule teams. He held the command of 
the Department of Oregon until 1851. For five years he was in command on 
the frontier and fought many combats with the Indians. Then by permission, 
he visited Europe and studied the military systems of the various nations. On 
his return he was placed in command of the Department of New Mexico ; but 
during that very year the long sectional quarrel between the North and South 
changed from a war of words to open hostilities. Loring naturally sided with 
the South. The Confederate Government was glad to accept his services, and 
on May 20, 1861, commissioned him as Brigadier-General. After the defeat 
and death of Gen. Robert Garnett, in western Virginia, General Loring was 
sent to take charge of the Confederate forces in that quarter. He commanded 
one wing of the army under Lee, n the Cheat Mountain campaign, where the 
soldiers had little fighting but abundance of hardship. In December, 1861, 
Loring's command united with Stonewall Jackson at Winchester, and in Jan- 
uary was engaged in the winter expedition to Bath, Hancock and Romney. 
Through General Loring s solicitations to the War Department at Richmond 
his division, which had been left at Romney, was ordered back to Winchester. 
This interference on the part of the government at Richmond came near caus- 
ing the resignation of General Ja kson. On February 15, 1862, General Lor- 
ing was commissioned Major-General and assigned to the command of the army 
of Southwest Virginia. Nothing of any great importance occurred in that 
region, the soldiers being for the most part occupied in picket duty and oc- 
casional skirmishes with the enemy. In December, 1862, Loring was sent to 
take command of the 1st corps of the Army of Mississippi. He had charge for 
a while at Fort Pemberton, which was designed to defend Vicksburg from any 
expedition sent by way of Yazoo Pass. It was a cotton-bale fortification, 
constructed by Captain Robinson of the Confederate Engineers, and situated 
on the over-flow bottom lands of the Tallahatchie and Yallabusha Rivers, 
near their junction. Here General Loring, with three cannon and 1 ,500 men, 
defeated a fleet and land force. In the hottest of the fight Loring stood upon 
the cotton-bale parapet and shouted to his men: ' G ve them blizzards, boys! 
Give them blizzards!" From this time his men nicknamed him "Old Bliz- 
zards." At the disastrous battle of Baker's Creek Loring was cut off from the 
rest of the army. Finding there was no chance to unite with the main body 
he marched his division eastward and joined General Johnston at Jackson. 
He and his troops were thus fortunately saved from being shut up and cap- 
tured at Vicksburg. He was subsequently under the command of Johnston 
and then Polk :n North Mississippi At the opening of the campaign of 1864 



326 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Polk hastened to Georgia to make a junction with the army under Joseph E. 
Johnston. During the Atlanta campaign General Loring commanded a divis- 
ion in Polk's corps and, after the death of Polk, the corps itself until the ap- 
pointment of Gen. A. P. Stewart. Loring continued to command his divis- 
ion n Stewarts'corps until the surrender of the army of Tennessee in North 
Carolina. After the war he went abroad and, in 1869, with other Confederate 
officers entered the service of the Khedive of Egypt, and was appointed In- 
spector-General. In 1870 he was made Commandant of Alexandria and given 
charge of the coast defences of Egypt. In 1875-76, during the Abyssinian 
War, General Loring commanded the Egyptian Army. He was raised to the 
dignity of pasha for his services. In 1879 he and the other American officers 
in the service of the Khedive were mustered out and returned to the Lmited 
States; after which he resided in Florida for a while and then made his home 
in New York, where he wrote his book entitled 'A Confederate Soldier in 
Egypt." He died in New York December 30, 1886. 



Major-General Martin L. Smith. 

Appointed Major of Engineers April I, 1861; promoted Brigadier-Gen- 
era April 11, 1862; Major-Genera Nov. 4, 1862. 

Maj.-Gen. Martin L. Smith was another of the many gentlemen of North- 
ern birth who, residing in the South, adopted the sentiments of the people 
among whom they lived, and with zeal and loyalty supported the Confederate 
cause. State sovereignty was the political doctrine of the majority of the 
founders of the Republic, and at times has been asserted by leading men of 
every political party. Hence it is not surprising that Northern men living in 
the South were just as prompt to resent any infringement of the rights of their 
adopted States as were the native-born citizens. It is a well-known fact that 
many people 1 ving in the North believed in the justice of the Southern cause 
and sympathized with the Southern people in their desperate struggle against 
overwhelming odds. General Smith was born in New York City in 1819. He 
entered the military academy in 1838 and was graduated in 1842 as brevet 
2nd Lieutenant, Topographical Engineers. He became full 2nd Lieutenant in 
1843; served during the Mexican War as Lieutenant of Topographical Engi- 
neers, and was brevetted 1st Lieutenant May 30, 1848, for meritorious con- 
duct while making surveys in the enemy's country. He was also employed 
by the Government in making surveys for the improvement of Savannah 
River and for a ship canal across the Florida peninsula. In July, 1856, he 
was commissioned Captain for 14 years' continuous service. During this 
time he had also been engaged in survej^s in the Department of Texas. From 
1856 to 1 86 1 he was chief engineer of the Fernandina & Cedar Keys Railroad 
in Florida. 

Spending most of his mature life among the people of the Scuth, Captain 
Smith, from his observation and experience of Southern affairs, became fully 
convinced of the justice of the position taken by the Southern people, and 
when it became evident that war would soon begin he resigned his commiss on 
April I, 1861, and offered his services to the Confederate States. He was at 
once commissioned as Major in the corps of Engineers May, 16, 1861, and ac- 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 327 

credited to Florida. In this position his services were so well approved that 
on April 11, 1862, he was made a Brigadier-General. He was at first assigned 
to the Army of Northern Virginia as Chief of Engineers, but was soon after 
sent to the West. He performed important duties at New Orleans, and on 
June 26, 1862, was put in charge of the 3rd district of South Mississippi and 
East Louisiana. At the head of the engineer corps he planned and constructed 
the defences of Vicksburg, where he resisted the naval attack of the summer 
of 1862; was in chief command in December, 1862, and repulsed the attack of 
General Sherman; and during the campaign of May, 1863, and the siege of 
Vicksburg, commanded with great distinction a division composed of the bri- 
gades of Shoup, Baldwin and Vaughn. More than any other Confederate 
General he was identified with the romantic story of the famous stronghold 
of the great river, the loss of which doomed the cause for which he fought. On 
November 4 1862, he had been promoted to Major-General. After his ex- 
change he continued to serve the Confederacy as chief of engineers until the 
close of the war, his last service being at Mobile, Ala. He did not long sur- 
vive the war, dying at Savannah, Ga., July 29, 1866. 



Major-General James Patton Anderson. 
Captain Co. I Florida Infantry, March, 1861; promoted Colonel 1st 
Florida Infantry April 6, 1861; Brigadier-General February, 1862; Major- 
General 1862. 

Maj -Gen. James Patton Anderson was born in Tennessee about 1820. Like 
other enterprising Americans he lived in so many different sections of the Union 
that it js difficult to decide to which State he really should be ass'gned in 
this record of Confederate Generals. At the opening of the Mexican War he 
was living in Mississippi and became Lieutenant-Colonel of Mississippi volun- 
teers Although he had not had the advantages of an education at the United 
States military academy, the Mexican conflict proved a good school for him in 
the mlitary art. The good use he made of his opportunities in that practical 
military training school was afterward evidenced by the skill with which he 
managed troops upon the great arena of war from 1861 to 1865. The man 
who obtained a good reputation on that great theater of action had to keep 
abreast of many illustrious men of the same rank with himself, and that is 
what General Anderson did. After the close of the Mexican War General 
Anderson lived for a time in Olympia, in what was then Washington Terri- 
tory and served as territorial delegate to the national House of Representa- 
ives in 1 855. Before the opening of the Confederate War he was a member 
of the secession convention. Feeling, as did most Southern men, that the 
South was right, he entered heart and soul into the struggle to maintain 
Southern rights and honor As early as December, i860, before the e had 
been any secession, but when everybody felt certain that such action would 
be taken, military companies were being formed and drilled. Anderson was 
Captain of such a company — the Jefferson Rifles. In April, 1861, he was 
Colonel of the 1st Florida Regiment of Infantry, ready to go wherever the 
Confederate President might order. Stationed for some time at Pensacola, 
he was in command of one of the Confederate columns in the fight on Santa 



328 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Rosa Island October, 1861. Early in 1862 he was promoted to Brigadier- 
General, his command having been transferred to Corinth, Miss. At the bat- 
tle of Shiloh his brigade was composed of the 17th Louisiana, the Louisiana 
Guard Response Battalion, the Florida Battalion (ist Regiment) under Maj. 
T. A. McDonell, 9th Texas, 20th Louisiana and a company of the Washington 
Artillery. Of his service General Bragg said: " Brig.-Gen. Patton Anderson 
was among the foremost where the fighting was hardest and never failed to 
overcome whatever resistance was opposed to him. With a brigade composed 
almost entirely of raw troops his personal gallantry and soldierly bear ng sup- 
plied the place of instruction and discipl'ne." At Perryville he commanded 
a division of Hardee's corps, and was in charge of the extreme right. At Mur- 
freesborough he commanded Walthall's brigade of Withers' division, Polk's 
corps. His participation in the magnificent right wheel of the army was in- 
ferior o that of none of the general officers who won fame on that day. It 
was his brigade which was ordered to take three batteries "at any cost," and 
succeeded under the lead of "its cool, steadfast and skillful commander." 
Subsequently he commanded Charmer's brigade and, during September 18 and 
19, was in command of Hindman's division, in the Chickamauga campaign. 
He was mentioned by General Longstreet as distinguished for conduct and 
ability. He commanded the same division at Missionarj^ Ridge. On Feb- 
ruary 17, 1864, he was promoted to Major-General and was assigned to com- 
mand of the district of Florida. After serving five months in that capacity 
he was ordered to report to General Hood at Atlanta, Ga., in July, 1864, and 
on his arrival was assigned to his old division, which he commanded in the 
battle of Ezra Church, during the siege and until wounded in the battle of 
Jonesboro, which compelled him to leave the field, resulting in his absence 
from the army until March, 1865. Then, much against the advice and judg- 
ment of his physicians, he returned to the army in North Carolina and was 
assigned to command of Taliafero's division, Rhett's and Elliott's brigades 
from Charleston, and was with it when it surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. 
After the close of hostilities he returned to Tennessee and died at Memphis 
in 1873. 



Brigadier-General James McQueen Mcintosh. 

Appointed Colonel 1861; promoted Brigadier-General 1861. 

James McQueen Mcintosh, appointed cadet at large from Florida to 
West Point, July I, 1845, graduated forty-third in his class July 1, 1849, and 
appointed brevet 2nd Lieutenant of the 1st Infantry; transferred to the 8th 
Infantry February 11, 1851; promoted to 2nd Lieutenant May 15, 1851; 
promoted 1st Lieutenant to 1st Cavalry March 3, 1855; promoted Captain 
January, 1857; resigned May 7, 1861, and offered his services to the Confed- 
erate Army, 1861, and was killed at Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 7, 1862. 



Brigadier-General Joseph Finnegan. 
Appointed Brigadier-General April 5, 1862. 

Brig.-Gen. Joseph Finnegan, a prominent lawyer and statesman in Florida 
before the war, was early in 1861 placed by Governor Milton at the head of 



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military affairs in the State He was commissioned Brigadier-General on 
April 5, 1861, and from the 8th of that month until the battle of Olustee 
commanded the Department or District of Middle and East Florida. The 
coast of Florida was, from the beginning of the war, at the mercy of the Fed- 
eral fleet, and within the limits of the State were only a few scattered Con- 
federate troops. Early in 1864, when it had been found that Charleston was 
too strong for the Federal army and fleet combined, General Gilmore, who 
commanded the Department of the South, decided to make an effort to over- 
run Florida and annex it to the LInion. It was considered desirable by the 
United States authorities that some of the Southern States should be brought 
so completely under the control of the Union Army as to enable such of the 
inhabitants, white and black as might desire to do so, to form what they called 
"loyal" State governments and be readmitted to the Union. Florida seemed 
to offer good prospect of success in such an undertaking. An army under 
Gen. Truman Seymour and the fleet of Admiral Dahlgren attempted the task 
of subduing Florida, and General Finnegan found himself in a dangerous po i- 
tion, demanding skillful generalship and courageous firmness. So well did he 
perform his part that a signal victory was obtained at Olustee and the Federal 
enterprise entirely defeated. He was soon succeeded by General Gardner as 
commander of the district of Middle and Western Florida, and was sent to 
Virginia in May at the head of a Florida brigade, with which Perry's old bri- 
gade was consolidated. At the second battle of Cold Harbor General Finne- 
gan and his Florida brigade had a good opportunity for distinction, and made 
memorable use of the occasion to the credit of themselves and their State. 
This was the memorable June 3, when Grant's charging columns broke through 
a weak point in Breckinridge's line. Immediately Finnegan' s brigade rushed 
into the breach and in a desperate fight drove back the assailants with heavy 
loss to Hancock's troops. General Finnegan served from that time with the 
Army of Northern Virginia until March 20, 1856, when he was again assigned 
to duty in Florida. After the war he returned to the profession of law. On 
October 29, 1885, he died at Sanford, Fla. 



Brigadier-General Edward Aylesworth Perry. 

," " Captain Co. A, 2nd Florida Infantry, April, 1861; promoted Colonel 2nd 
Florida Infantry May 10, 1862; Brigadier-General August 28, 1862. 

# Brig. -Gen. Edward Aylesworth Perry was born in Richmond, Berkshire 
county, Mass., March 15, 1833. He entered Yale college, but before the com- 
pletion of his course, removed to Alabama where he studied law. After ad- 
mission to the bar, in 1857 he moved to Pensacola, Fla., where he began the 
practice of his chosen profession. He fully shared the sentiments of the peo- 
ple of his adopted State, and when the Civil War commenced he raised a com- 
pany, of which he was elected Captain. His command became a part of the 
2nd Florida Regiment, of which Captain Perry became Colonel in May, 1862. 
The Regiment was sent to Virginia and was attached to the division of Gen. 
James Longstreet. Colonel Perry commanded the regiment at Seven Pines 
and in the Seven Days' battles around Richmond, and from the first the regi- 
ment and its commander were conspicuous for valor and efficiency. At Fra- 



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zier's Farm he was severely wounded. Gen. Longstreet mentions h'm among 
others as distinguished for gallantry and skill. He was commissioned Briga- 
dier-General on August 28, 1862, and upon his recovery put in command of 
the newly organized Florida brigade, which he led at Chancellorsville. In the 
battle of Gettysburg Perry's brigade, commanded by Col. David Lang, (Gen- 
eral Perry was in the hospital severely ill with typhoid fever) , with 
Wright's and Wilcox's, pressed close up to the Federal lines and at one time 
broke through; but for lack of support had to be withdrawn from the ad- 
vanced position. It is claimed by Perry's brigade that its losses at Gettys- 
burg were heavier than those of any other brigade of the Confederate Army. 
In the battle of the Wilderness General Perry was a second time severely 
wounded. After the close of the war he returned to the practice of law in the 
city of Pensacola. During the gloomy period of reconstruction he remained 
true to the interests of the people of Florida. The result of the war had not 
changed his views of the constitutional rights of the States, and not even by 
silence did he give seeming approval to the corrupt methods of usurpations of 
that epoch. He took an active interest in political affairs, and in 1884 he was 
elected Governor of Florida on the Democratic ticket. This office he had 
held for four years, and within a 3 r ear after the expiration of his term he died, 
October 15, 1889. 



Brigadier-General William S. Walker. 

Appointed Captain 1861; Colonel 1862; promoted Brigadier General 
October 80, 1862. 

Brig-Gen. William Stephen Walker, born in Pennsylvania, was appointed 
First Lieutenant ot Infantry U. S. A. Feb. 27. 1847, from Mississippi, April 
9, 1807; he was transferred to the Voltigeura Regiment of which he became 
Adjutant. The regiment was disbanded Aug. 81, 1848, and he left the service 
a Brevet Captain for gallant and meritorias service at Chapultepce in the 
war with Mexico. On March 81, 1855 he was appointed from the District of 
Columbia, a Captain in the famous 1st U. S. Cavalry from which he resigned 
May 1, 1861 and entered the Confederate service as a Captain of Infantry. In 
1862 he was commissioned Colonel, and on October 22, in command at Poco- 
taligo, S. C, he defeated a Union force that attempted to seize the Charleston 
and Savannah railroad. Eight days later he was promoted to Brigadier- 
General, and during the balance of the year he was in command of the 3rd 
militaiy district of Sotxth Carolina from sudden incursions of the enemj 7 . As 
the spring of 1864 opened, all the troops that could possibly be spared from 
the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida were sent to the armies 
in Virginia and Georgia. On April 29, 1864, General Walker was ordered to 
Kinston, N, C. to take command of that post, and soon afterward he was 
called by Beauregard to assist in the defense of Petersburg, at that time ser- 
iously threatened by Butler's advance. General Walker reached the army 
concentrated by Beauregard in time to share in the attack upon Butler. Dur- 
ing a fight on May 20 he accidentally rode into the enemy's lines and when 
called upon to surrender refused and. was fired upon. His horse was killed 
and he himself so severely wounded in the foot that amputation became nec- 
essary. He remained a prisoner of war until exchanged in the fall, when on 
October 29 he was placed in command at Weldon.' He was commanding in 



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North Carolina when the war ended General Walker removed to Georgia 
after the war and in 1898 was a citizen of Atlanta. 



Brigadier-General William G. M. Davis. 

Colonel 1st Florida Cavalr\ T March, 1861; promoted Brigadier-General 
November 4, 1862. 

Brig. -Gen. \V. G. M. Davis was before the war a lawyer in Florida, widely- 
known as a gentleman of great legal ability and high rank in his profession. 
Forsaking his practice in 1 861, he raised a regiment and was on January I, 
1862, commissioned Colonel of the 1st Florida Cavalry and put in command 
of the provisional forces of East Florida. The Federals had already seized 
Fernandina, Jacksonville and other places along the coast. The chief busi- 
ness of Colonel Davis' regiment was to watch the movements of the enemy 
carefully, and as far as possible to prevent raiding or scouting parties of the 
Federals from penetrating into the interior. Gov. John Milton was very 
much opposed to the raising of cavalry commands for the defense of Florida, 
insisting that nothing but artillery and infantry were needed for the defense 
of the State. The executive council of the State passed a resolution request- 
ing the Governor to correspond with the President as to the necessity of the 
regiment being converted into an infantry regiment and being kept in the State 
for its defense. On March 25, 1862, Colonel Davis and his regiment were 
ordered to report to Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson and were assigned to East 
Tennessee, where they were kept busy watching the movements of the enemy, 
scouting and overawing the disaffected in that part of the Confederacy. On 
November 4, 1862, he was commissioned Brigadier-General and was placed in 
command of the Department of East Tennessee. His brigade embraced the 
1st Florida Cavalry, the 6th and 7th Florida Infantry and Martin's Light 
Battery. His scene of operation was a wild and difficult mountain region 
throughout which were people disaffected toward the Confederacy It was 
necessary to control and at the same time to use much discretion in dealing 
with them. So the task of a department commander in that section was a 
very difficult one. During the time in which he -exercised command his de- 
partment was quite free from the presence of Federal troops. On May 5, 
1862, he resigned his commission and retired from the military service of the 
Confederate States. 



Brigadier-General Francis A. Shoup. 

Appointed Lieutenant of artillery; promoted Major of artillery October 
1861; promoted Brigadier-General September 12, 1862. 

Brig.-Gen. Francis A. Shoup was born at Laurel, Franklin county, Ind., 
March 22, 1864. He was appointed a cadet at West Point from Indiana, 
and was graduated in 1855 as brevet 2nd Lieutenant of artillery. He served 
in garrison at Key West and Fort Moultrie; was commissioned 2nd Lieuten- 
ant December 6, 1855, and served against the Seminoles in Florida from 1856 
to 1858. He resigned in i860 and beginning the study of law was admitted to 
the bar at St. Augustine, Fla., early in 1861. In the war of 1861-65 h e es- 
poused heartily the cause of the South and, early in the struggle under the 



332 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

order of the Governor of Florida, he erected a battery at Femandina. He 
was appointed a Lieutenant of artillery in the Confederate Army and was or- 
dered to report to General Hardee in the trans-Mississippi Department. In 
October, 1861, he was commissioned Major of artillery and was in command 
of a battalion of 12 guns with the Arkansas troops in Kentucky. General 
Hardee, in assuming command of the Army of Central Kentucky, made him 
chief of artillery, in which capacity he served at the battle of Shiloh. He it 
was who massed the artillery against the position occupied by the command 
of Prentiss on the memorable first day at Shiloh, thus becoming an important 
factor in the capture of that fine body of Union troops. Under Beauregard 
he held the important post of inspector of artillery. He was sent with Hind- 
man to Arkansas; was his chief of artillery and as such participated in the 
battle of Prairie Grove. On September 12, 1862, he was promoted to Briga- 
dier-General; and in April, 1863, he was ordered to Mobile. Ala., as chief of 
artillery for General Buckner. At Vicksburg he commanded a Louisiana 
brigade and was captured upon the fall of that city. After being exchanged 
he served as chief of artillery to Joseph E. Johnston and gained the hearty 
commendation of his commander and the esteem of the soldiers. It was in a 
great measure due to his skillful management of the artillery that not a gun 
was lost n the several retreats of the Army of Tennessee from Dalton to At- 
lanta in 1864. The works at the Chattahoochee, which Sherman declared were 
the best he had ever seen, were constructed under his supervision. Upon the re- 
moval of Johnston, Gen. Hood made Shoup his chief of staff . After the fall of 
Atlanta he was relieved at his own request. He was the author o r ' a pamphlet 
urging the enlistment of negro troops, which was submitted to the Confederate 
Congress. The year after the close of the war he was elected to the chair of 
applied mathematics in the University of Mississippi. Here he studied for 
the ministry and was admitted to orders in the Episcopal church, of which 
he had become a member while the Confederate Army was in camp at Dalton 
April, 1864. He officiated as rector at Waterford. N, Y., Nashville, Tenn., 
and New Orleans, La.; also filled the chair of metaphysics in the University 
of the South, at Sewannee, Tenn He is author of a work on " Infantry Tac- 
tics"'; while in Atlanta, in 1864, prepared a text-book on ' Artillery Division 
Drill," and in 1874 he published the "Elements of Algebra." 



Brigadier-General Jesse Johnson Finley. 

Captain Co. D, 6th Florida Infantry March, 1862; promoted Colonel, 
April 14, 1862; Brigadier-General November 16, 1863. 

Brig. -Gen. Jesse Johnson Finley was born in Wilson county, Tenn., on 
November 18, 1812. He was educated at Lebanon and began the study of 
law. But about that time the Seminole War was begun and young Finley, 
having recruited a company of mounted volunteers, served in the army as 
Captain. Returning home in 1838 he was admitted to the bar. In 1840 he 
moved to Mississippi county, Ark. The young lawyer, who seems to have 
been a born leader of men, at once rose to prominence and was elected to the 
State Senate in 1841. The following year he resigned this position and, going 
to Memphis, Tenn., began the practice of law. He was elected Mayor of that 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 333 

city in 1845. In 1846 he removed to Marianna, Fla. Here he soon became 
prominent and, in 1850, was elected to the State Senate. In 1852 he was 
a presidential elector on the Whig ticket, and in 1861 he was made judge of the 
Confederate court. In March, 1862, he resigned this post of honor and entered 
the army as a private; was soon promoted to a captaincy, and on April 14, 
1862, was commissioned as Colonel of the 6th Florida Regiment. He was on 
duty in East Tennessee in Davis' brigade, Heth's division, Kirby Smith's 
department; took part in the Kentucky campaign and, after the return to 
Knoxville, served as president of the court-martial for the department until 
ordered to Tullahoma. He commanded h s regiment in the battle of Chicka- 
mauga with distinction. On November 16, 1863, he was commissioned Briga- 
dier-General and assigned to command of he Florida Infantry in the Army of 
Tennessee, united in a brigade of Bate's division, Hardee's corps. He com- 
manded this gallant brigade at Missionary Ridge, and rendered distinguished 
service with the rear guard under General Bate. In the May campaign of 
1864 he took part until at the battle of Resaca he was severely wounded, 
causing his disability until after Johnston's army had reached Atlanta. At 
Jonesboro, November 15, 1864, in an assualt upon the enemy's lines he was 
again seriously wounded by a fragment of shell, which also killed his horse. 
He declined to be sent to the rear to take the train until all his wounded men 
were embarked and narrowly escaped capture, being saved through the faith- 
fulness of a driver who took him in a commissary wagon after the last train 
had left He was unfit for duty during the subsequent campaign of General 
Hood. Soon after the army w T as ordered to North Carolina, his wound being 
partially healed, he started to rejoin his brigade; but his progress being inter- 
fered with by the Federal movements, he reported to General Cobb at Colum- 
bus, and was assigned to duty When Wilson's Federal troops entered Colum- 
bus he made his escape with General Toombs to Euf aula, arid soon afterward 
hostilities ceased. General Finley then returned to Florida and lived for a 
time in Lake City. In 1875 he removed to Jacksonville. He served in Con- 
gress from 1875 to 1879. In 1879 he was again elected but the seat was con- 
tested and given to his opponent. In 1887 he was appointed by Governor 
Perry to fill a vacancy in the United States Senate until an election could be 
held. Since the expiration of that service he has lived quietly at his Florida 
home. 



Brigadier-General William Miller. 

Major 1862; promoted Colonel 1st Florida Infant y July, 1862; Briga- 
dier-General August 2, 1864. 

Brig.-Gen. William Miller — Before and after the secession of Florida 
there was great mustering of the State troops and busy preparations were 
everywhere made for the coming struggle, wh eh all feared might come, though 
many hoped that it would be avoided Among those who forsook the occu- 
pations of peace to take part in defense of State sovereignty was Wm. Miller, 
one of the most gallant of Florida's soldiers. He was in command of a bat- 
talion, which was consolidated with McDonell's battalion of the 1st Regiment 
in the operations culminating in the battle of Perryville, Ky. In the Ken- 



334 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

lucky campaign the 1st Reg ment from Florida was in the brigade of Gen. 
John C. Brown and the division of Gen. J. Patton Anderson. In the battle of 
Perryville General Brown was wounded and Colonel Miller led the brigade 
through the rest of the fight. At Murfreesborough this regiment was in the 
brigade of Gen. William Preston and the division of Gen. John C. Brecken- 
ridge. In the magnificent but disastrous charge of that division on January 
2, 1863, the gallant Miller, commanding the 1st and 3rd Florida consolidated, 
was wounded. General Preston in his report says: "Colonel Miller, of the 
1st and 3rd Florida, was wounded on Friday while bravely leading his regi- 
ment, which he withdrew, retaining the command notwithstanding his 
wounds." While being healed of his injury Colonel Miller was placed in charge 
of the Confederate conscript bureau in Southern Florida and Alabama. On 
August 2, 1864, he was commissioned Brigadier-General, and on September 
■8 was ordered to take immediate command of the reserve forces of the State 
of Florida, to complete their organization and place them at once in service. 
On September 29, in addition to his other duties, General Miller was assigned 
to the command of the District of Florida, where he took an active part in the 
events of that period and until the close of the war. 



Brigadier-General Robert Bullock. 

Captain Co. G, 7th Florida Infantry, March, 1862; promoted Lieutenant- 
Colonel April 11, 1862; Colonel June 2, 1863; Brigadier-General 1865. 

Gen Robert Bullock was one of the influential men of Florida before the 
war. When his State seceded he gave his hearty support to her decision; 
organized a companj^ in Marion county and, when the 7th Florida was organ- 
ized, he was made Lieutenant-Colonel. In 1862 this regiment served in East 
Tennessee in the brigade of Gen. W. D. M. Davis The department at that 
time was commanded by Gen. E. Kirby Smith. At the time of the battle of 
Murfreesboro this brigade was still in Smith's department, and on June 2 
Lieutenant-Colonel Bullock was commissioned Colonel. When all available 
Confederate commands were being concentratad by Bragg to meet the ad- 
vancing army of Rosecrans, the 7th Florida was one of the regiments assigned 
to Trigg's brigade of the division at Chickamauga and bear strong testimony 
to the desperate nature of the fighting there. At the battle of Missionary 
Ridge the 7th Florida fought in the brigade of General Finley and the divis- 
ion of General Bate. In this brigade and division it continued to serve 
throughout the Atlanta campaign, under Colonel Bullock, who had alread3 T 
distinguished himself as a cool and gallant commander. Some of the hardest 
fighting of the Atlanta campaign was done by this divisihn, and the 7th Florida 
acted a gallant part in all. During the campaign into Tennessee Colonel Bul- 
lock led Finley's brigade and was one of the gallant participants in the terrible 
battle of Franklin. 

Maj.-Gen. William Bate, in his official report of the Tennessee campaign, 
pays a high compliment to Colonel Bullock. He says: "T. B. Smith, com- 
manding Tyler's brigade, and Col. Robert Bullock, commanding Finley's, 
bore themselves with heroic courage both through good and evil fortune, al- 
ways executing orders with zeal and alacrity and bearing themselves in the 



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face of the enemy as became reputations which each had theretofore bravely 
won. The latter was severely wounded near Murfreesboro, and was succeeded 
by Major Lash, whose coolness and gallantry were marked." Colonel Bullock 
came out of the Tennessee campaign with the temporary rank of Brigadier- 
General; he was afterward confirmed and commissioned as Brigadier-General. 



Brigadier-General Theodore W. Brevard. 

Captain Co. D, 2nd Florida Infantry; appointed Major 1862; promoted 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Florida Battalion, December, 1863; Colonel nth 
Florida Regiment, June, 1864; Brigadier-General March 22, 1865. 

After the organization, May 10, 1862 Captain Brevard returned to Flor- 
ida, served for a time as inspector and mustering officer, but was shortly ap- 
pointed Major and commissioned to raise a battalion This was first a cav- 
alry command, known as Brevard's Partisans Rangers, and consisted of four 
companies. With this command Major Brevard served in Florida until May, 
1864. In the skirmish that occurred in the suburbs of Jacksonville, 1863, 
Major Brevard was commended for gallant conduct by General Finley. In 
December, 1863, the 1st battallion, Major Brevard, was increased to five com- 
panies and Major Brevard promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel. On February 20, 
1864, the battalion took part in the battle of Olustee, doing gallant ervice. 
In obedience to orders from the War Department at Richmond Finnegan's 
b igade, of which the 1st battallion formed a part, left for Virginia May 17, 
arriving at Richmond on May 25, 1864. On May 28 they were joined by the 
remnant of Perry's brigade and, under the command of General Finnegan, 
took part in the second battle of Cold Harbor. On June 8 the several bat- 
talions were formed into regiments and in August, 1864, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Brevard w r as promoted Colonel of the nth Florida, which regiment he com- 
manded until the battle of Sailor's Creek, April 6, 1865, where he and his 
entire command were captured. On March 22, 1865, Co'onel Brevard was 
commissioned Brigadier-General, but General Lee's army surrendered and the 
war ended before his commission could reach him. After the close of the war 
Colonel Brevard returned to Tallahassee, where he resumed the practice of 
his profession. General Brevard died in Tallahassee. 



Colonel David Lang. 

Captain Co. C, 8th Florida Infantry, May 15, 1862; promoted Colonel 
September 17 1862. 

Col. David Lang, of the 8th Florida Infantry, was born in Camden county, 
Ga., in 1838, and educated at the Georgia Military Institute, at Marietta, 
where he graduated in 1857. As a j^oung man he gave much attention to civil 
engineering and, soon after his graduation, came to Florida and was elected 
surveyor of Suwannee county. When the organization of troops for the Con- 
federate States service began he enlisted as a private in Co. H, 1st Florida 
Infantry, and was appointed 1st Sergeant. With the 1st Regiment he served 
one year at Pensacola, under Col. Patton Anderson, and at the expiration of 
his enlistment was mustered out at Montgomerj^, Ala., April 3, 1862. Return- 
ing to Florida Sergeant Lang raised a company, of which he was elected Cap- 



336 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

tain; this company was mustered into the Confederate service May 15, 1862, 
as Co. C, 8th Florida Regiment Infantry. Upon the completion of the organi- 
zation of the regiment it was ordered to Virginia, and reached Richmond early 
in July At the second battle of Manassas, August 29, 1862, Captain Lang 
found opportunity for distinction; on September 17. 1862, he was engaged in 
the battle of Sharpsburg. In this fight he was severely wounded in the nhould- 
er, but was on duty again before the battle of Fredericksburg, Decern ber II 
to 15, 1862, in which he commanded his regiment, attracting general and fav- 
orable comment by the gallantry with which he and his men held at bay the 
enemy in their attempt to cross the Rappahannock River. His position was 
exposed to a terrific fire of artillery and musketry, and he was again wounded. 
Captain Lang was promoted Colonel, to date from the battle of Sharpsburg, 
September 17, 1862. He commanded the regiment at Chancellorsville and 
then, on account of the illness of General Perry, took command of the Florida 
brigade and led it with marked ability and bravery through the Pennsylvania 
campaign, the great battle of Gettysburg and the retreat to Virginia; continu- 
ing in command until the Bristow campaign, October 22, 1863, when General 
Perry was again on duty. In the battle of the Wilderness May 6, 1864, Gen- 
eral Perry was wounded and disabled, and Colonel Lang resumed command of 
the brigade and it was under his orders during the tremendous conflicts that 
followed at Spottsylvania Court House, South Anna River and until a few 
days before the second Cold Harbor. On Ma}^ 28, 1864, Perry's brigade was 
attached to General Finnegan's brigade, with Gen Joseph Finnegan in com- 
mand, and Colonel Lang again took command of his regiment, which he held 
during the seige of Petersburg and until March 20, 1865, when General Finne- 
gan was transferred to Florida, and General Lang resumed the command of 
the Florida brigade, o hold it until the surrender at Appomattox. After his 
return to Florida Colonel Lang resided successively in Suwannee county, 
Madison county and at Cedar Keys until 1885, when he was appointed Adju- 
tant-General of the State, which position he held until 1893. From 1893 till 
1 90 1 he was Private Secretary under Governors Mitchell and Bloxham. 



John Day Perkins. 

John Day Perkins was born in Tallahassee, Florida, November 15, 1843, 
his parents being Thomas J. and Amelia M. Perkins. At the outbreak of the 
Civil War, in 1861, when a mere boy, he ran away from home in order to join 
a company then being organized in Pensacola; but his father, on account of 
his extreme youth, brought him back home. 

In August of 1 86 1 the Howel Guards, named in honor of Miss Howell, a 
sister of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, was organized in Leon county, Florida. John 
Day Perkins was then not 18 years of age; his father, impressed by his strong 
determinat on to enlist in active service, consented to his joining this com- 
pany It was composed of 115 men, and left Tallahassee August 27, 1861, 
as an independent volunteer company, going by rail to Monticello, marching 
from there to Boston, Ga., and from thence by rail to Richmond, where they 
went into camp for two or three months. 

G. W. Parkhill was Captain; John Eppes, 1st Lieutenant, but he resigned 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 337 

in a few months and R. C. Parkhill was elected to his place; E. L. Hampton, 
2nd Lieutenant; Amos Whitehead, 3rd Lieutenant, but he resigned; and 
John Day Perkins, Corporal. There were other officers also. At the battle 
of Gaines' Mill G. W. Parkhill was killed and R. C. Parkhill promoted to Cap- 
tain. Hampton became 1st Lieutenant. And at Winchester, Ya., in 1863, 
John Day Perkins was elected as 2nd Lieutenant. 

After having remained in camp at Richmond for three months the com- 
pany went to Evansport on the Potomac and took charge of a siege gun,or 
ship point battery, remaining there ntil May, 1862. John Day Perkins was 
made Gunner of one of the heavy guns and did all of the shooting with it. 
Leaving Evansport, they were ordered to Richmond. Upon reaching Fred- 
erick City they were attached to the 5th Alabama battalion, under command 
of Roger A. Pryor; here they encountered the enemy, had several engage- 
ments, after which they proceeded to Richmond, where they were mustered 
into the 2nd Florida Regiment as Co. M. Col. E. A. Perry's brigade. Anderson's 
division, Flill's corps. 

R. C. Parkhill was wounded at Frazier s Farm and later resigned. Hamp- 
ton was made Captain and John Day Perkins, 1st Lieutenant. 

At Gettysburg Hampton was killed and Lieutenant Perkins was made 
Captain, having command of the company during the battle. On the second 
day's fight at Gettysburg, July 2, Captain Perkins, while leading in a charge, 
was wounded, losing his left leg and thumb; he fell on the battle field, re-, 
maining there through the entire battle, beneath the heaviest fire of both the 
enemy and his own men; he was left on the field for two days without food or 
water, exposed to the burning rays of the July sun, being compelled to ban- 
dage his shattered limb with mud and muck to avoid bleeding to death; he 
was then taken prisoner and removed to the Federal prison at Fort McHenry, 
where he was confined for nine months and then allowed to return home, be- 
ing unexchanged. The Federal physicians, after amputating his leg, told 
him he could not live; shortly thereafter, while laying on his cot, he heard 
several Northern ladies visiting through the Fort ask, " Where is that little 
Jonnie Reb Captain?" Somewhat indignant, but aroused by pride and love 
for his cause, he raised himself up and said— "Here he is." Approaching his 
bed from curiosity but seeing a boy of but 20, they were touched with sym- 
pathy and said, "Oh— he is nothing but a boy. Poor boy, so far from home," 

and then turned away. 

After his return home he made application for field service but was re- 
jected because of the loss of his leg; but was assigned as Enrolling Officer in 
Conscript Camp at Quincy, Florida, June 14, 1864. He was then ordered to 
Tallahassee March 2, 1865, being made Post Commander by the Secretary of 
War, to relieve Captain Blocher, in which capacity he remained until he close 
of the war in 1865. 

He was engaged in the battles of Fredericksburg, Frazier 's Farm, Chan- 
cellorsville, Mannassas, all of the seven days' fighting around Richmond, 
Gettysburg and other hard fought battles. 

It has been said bv his associates m service and comrades in battle that 



33& SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

no truer patriot, more gallant Southerner or braver soldier ever lived than 
John Day Perkins. 

Captain Augustus 0. MacDonell. 
Captain Augustus O. MacDonell, a prominent railroad official of Jack- 
sonville, is a veteran of the 1st Florida Infantry and of the Army of Ten- 
nessee. He was born at Savannah, Ga., April 10, 1839, and was reared in 
Early county of that State. AtGainesville, Fla., in i860 he became a mem- 
ber of the Gainesville Minute Men, a volunteer company, with which he entered 
the Confederate service in April 1861, as Company B, 1st Regiment Florida 
Infantry. • This was the first company organized for the Confederate service 
in Florida. Mr. MacDonell served as a private for one year at Pensacola, 
and re-enlisting in the spiing of 1862, was elected 2nd Lieutenan of Com- 
pany K. of the 1st Florida Battallion, organized from those of the 1st Reg- 
iment who remained in the service. In this rank he served at the battle 
of Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862, and subsequently was promoted to 1st Lieuten- 
ant, and in the spring of 1863 was advanced to the rank of Captain of his 
Company. Among the battles and campaigns in which he participated af- 
ter Shiloh, were the siege of Corinth, battle of Farmington, Miss., the trans- 
fer to Chattanooga, the march into Kentucky,and battle of 'Perryville, Oc- 
tober 8, 1862, where he was severely wounded, causing his disability for 
two months. So many men were lost by the 1st and 3rd Florida that they 
'were thereafter consolidated as one regimental command. Lieutenant Mac- 
Donell was fit for duty again in time for the battle of Murfreesboro, De- 
cember 31, 1862, and January 2, 1863, and in this battle he narrowly es- 
caped serious injury, his sword being shattered by a fragment of shell. In 
the spring of 1863 he was detached from his command for special service 
in the Southeast, returning to his company just after the battle of Chicka- 
mauga and Missionary Ridge; he was immediately placed on the firing line 
and was actively engaged in the February campaign about Dalton, and the 
Atlanta campaign, with its numerous skirmishes on battles of Resaca, Dallas, 
Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek,, and July 22 and 28. Capt. MacDonell 
commanded his company with credit through this great campaign, one of 
the most remarkable in the history • f warfare, until he was captured by the 
enemy in the hand-to-hand fight along the entrenched lines southwest of 
Atlanta, August 7, 1864. This ended his military record, so far as effective 
service is concerned. He was a prisoner of war at Johnson's Island, Lake 
Erie, through the winter of 1864-65, suffering much from cold and insuf- 
ficient food, and was held there unti' July 1865. 

Capt. MacDonell has been a resident of Florida since the war, and be- 
gan his career as a railroad man in 1871. He is now Assistant General 
Passenger Agent of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. 



PART III 
Florida 

in the 

Spanish- jtmerican ci/ar. 

JS9S-/S99 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Company C — 3rd United States Volunteer Infantry. 



341 



MUSTERED 




REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captains — 

William H. Cobb 

John A. Condon 

1st Lieutenants — 

Albert W. Gilchrist 

I. Brooks Clark 

2nd Lieutenants — 

Martin L. Williams 

Alton A. Clark 

ENLISTED MEN 

Alderman, Junius G 

Alderman, William P 

Alford, John H 

Allen, Hiram 

Arnett. James N 

Arnold, Addison 

Asbell, John 

Best, James H 

Bingham, L. H 

Blount, Hugh G 

Bond, Walter 

Boynton, William H 

Brantley, John 

Britt, Benjamin H 

Brooker, George P 

Brown, John W 

Buchanan, Emory B 

Carter, Sterling L 

Carleton, C. L 

Carney, Charles W 

Childs, Benjamin F 

Clark, Robert E 

Cochran, Alfred S 

Cochran. Calhoun A 

Davis, Charles M 

Day, James D 

Dean, Thadeus R., Jr 

Dill. James D 

Drawdy, James W 

Ferrill, James C 

Gay, Mathew C 

Gilmore, John L 

Gocio, Harry C 

Green, Herbert 

Hamilton, John 

Hampton, Archie 

Hancock, Thomas L 

Hansen, Newton 

,Harris, Henry T 

Harward, Samuel 

Hayman, Nathan L 

Hayman, Jerry J 

Hays, Frank 

Henderson, Fred Pope.. 

Henderson. Henry D 

Heinisch, Arthur 

Hendry, Francis F 

Herndon, Ned C 

Herndon. Thomas J 

Hickey, James G 

Hicks, Wanton J 

Higley, Charles P 

Hiag, Jonathan, Jr 

Hodge, Green W 

Hodge, William B 

Isaacs, George W 

James, William D 

Jenkins, Julian H 

Johnson, Luther C 

Johnson, Samuel J 

Jones, W. O 

Kanne, Walter R 

Kennedy, John W 

Langford. Curtis R 

Lovett, William J 

Maddox, Bryon 

Montgomery. John D 

Murrell, Edward W., Jr 

Mutch. George 

Padgett, Jerome W 

Page, Jacob T 

Parker, John N 

Read, Peyton R 



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2, '99 



Resigned. 



Detailed as Post Adjutant; promoted Captain and 
assigned to command of Co. B. 

Promoted 1st Lieutenant and assigned to Co. B. 



Artificer. 
Discharged. 



1st Corporal; promoted Sergeant-Major; died at 
Guantanamo. 



7th Corporal 



8th Corporal; discharued. 



Corporal; promoted 4th Sergeant. 



Promoted Quartermaster-Sergeant of the Regi- 
ment; honorably discharged. 
■ I Sergeant. 
'99 2nd Corporal. 

Discharged. 
'99 

'99 4th Corporal 
'99 Trumpeter. 
'99 
'99 

'99 5th Corporal. 
'991 

Discharged. 

Honorable discharge. 

'99j6th Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant Co. L. 

'99 2nd Corporal; promoted Color Sergeant. 

•9!) 

'99i 

'99 

'99,3rd Sergeant; promoted Quartermaster-Sergeant. 

'99 

'99, 

'99 

'99 

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'99 
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'99 3rd Corporal; promoted Quartermaster-Sergeant 
'99; 1st Corporal. 
'99 

'99,Wagoner. 
'99! 
'99 
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'99 Trumpeter. 
'99| 
JDischarged. 



342 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Company C — 3rd United States Volunteer Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Richards, Maxwell M 

Sauls. Joseph L 

Scott, Jesse H 

Sellers, Alonzo D 

Sheridan, Dennis P 

Sillito, Lewis A 

Smith, Drew E 

Stanley, Caleb 

Stephens, Coleman 

Stewart, William A 

Stroup. Larken M 

Swearingen, John J 

Tippins, Edward D 

Thomas, Barney A 

Vischer, George G 

Wadsworth, Samuel T 
Wadsworth, William J 
Watkins, Richard E... 
Watson. Benjamin W. 

Webb. William H 

Whidden, James I 

Whitesides, Claude L 

Wilson, M. A 

Wirt, Earl L 

Wirt, Thereon E 



MUSTERED 



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REMARKS. 



4th Sergeant; promoted Color Sergeant of the 

Regiment and assigned to Co. L. 
Gth Corporal. 

Discharged. 

Cook. 



Discharged! 

3rd Corporal. 

5th Corporal; promoted Sergeant-Major. 
Discharged. 



1st Sergeant; honorably discharged. 
Promoted 1st Sergeant. 
7th Corporal; 4th Sergeant. 



3d Battalion — 1st Florida Regiment. 

This Battalion was organized at Tampa, Florida, May 23, 1898, as part 
of the 1st Regiment, Florida Volunteer Infantry. On May 27, in obedience to 
verbal orders of Major General commanding 5th A. C, it marched from Fort 
Brooke Reservation to Palmetto Beach, a distance of about 2 miles. On 
July 25, in compliance with orders Commanding General 1st Brigade, 3rd 
Division, 4th Army Corps, camp was broken at Tampa and the cars taken for 
Fernandina, a distance of 241 miles. On August 2T, camp was broken at 
Fernandina in compliance with orders commanding General, 4th Army Corps , 
and the cars taken for Huntsville, Ala., a distance of 700 miles. On October 
8th the 1st and 2nd Battalion were ordered mustered out of the service and 
proceeded to Tallahassee, Florida, leaving the Battalion as at present com- 
posed. On Janua^ 4, 1899, orders were received for its muster out, which 
was accomplished on January 27, 1899. 

Roll Field, Staff and Band— 1st Florida Infantry. 



NAMES. 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Colonels — 

William. F. Williams 


May 
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May 

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May 

April 


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Dec. 3, '98 




Lieutenant-Colonel — 




Majors — 












Adjutant — 




Engineers; ordered to Porto Rico; returned to 
United States September 16, '98; rejoined Regi- 
ment October 1, '98; Major of 3rd Battalion. 


Surgeon — 

Dr. R. P. Isler 





f erred as Adjutant to the 3rd Battalion October 
8. '98. 
Major and Regimental Surgeon. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



343 



Roll, Field, Staff and Band — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



AMES 


MUSTERED 
IN. 


MUSTERED 
OUT. 


REMARKS. 


Assistant-Surgeons — 


April 25, 
May 1 , 

May 18, 


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'98 




Assist ant -Surgeon; rank of 1st. Lieutenant. 






Assistant-Surgeon; rank of 1st Lieutenant. 


Quartermasters — 




1st Lieutenant; Regimental Quartermaster; re- 






signed June 27, '98. 
Appointed 1st Lieutenant and Regimental Quar- 


Sergeant-Ma jor — 


April 23, 

May 1, 

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April 25, 
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April 23, 
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termaster June 28. '98; Captain and Regimen- 
tal Quartermaster September 20, '98. 


Quartermaster-Sergeants — 




Discharged September 10, '98. 








Battalion Adjutants — 




1st Lieutenant. 


Charles H Chestnut 




1st Lieutenant; transferred to Co. F. 






1st Lieutenant. 


Chaplain — 




Chaplain with rank of Major. 


Hospital Stewards — 




Discharged August 6, '98. 






Transferred to 1st Florida Battalion October 7 


BAND. 




'98. ■ 
Chief Musician; transferred to Co. G. 






Principal Musician; reduced to the ranks. 






Principal Musician; transferred to Co. 






Private Musician. 






Private. 






Private; transferred to Co. 












Band Sergeant; transferred to Co. 


William. H. Barr 




Transferred fom Co. H. 






Transferred from Co. M. 






Transferred from Co. I. 






Transferred from Co. I. 






Transferred from Co. I. 






Transferred from Co. M. 






Transferred from Co. I. 






Transferred from Co. 






Transferred from Co. 






Transferred from Co. 






Transferred from Co. 






Transferred from Co. 


Anthony Malone 




Transferred from Co. 



Company A — ist Florida Regiment. 

This company was organized at Ocala, Florida, May 24, 1884, under the 
name of Ocala Rifles; it was afterward known as Co. A, 2nd Battalion Florida 
State Troops. When the United States called for troops to serve in the Span- 
ish-American War this company was accepted by the Governor for service in 
the United States Volunteers. On April 25, 1898, they left Ocala by rail for 
Tampa, Fla., arrived there the same day and went into camp at Fort Brooke, 
at which place the company was mustered in May 20, 1898. Broke camp 
May 27, 1898, and marched to Camp DeSoto, Tampa, Fla., where it went into 
camp. June 30, 1898, broke camp and marched to Tampa Heights, going on 
duty with the United States Siege Artillery commanded by Major Wills. 
Left Tampa by rail July 21, 1898, for Fernandina, arriving at camp July 22, 
1898; remained there until August I, 1898, then left by rail for Huntsville, 
Ala.; arrived there August 25, 1898; left Huntsville October 9, 1898, ar- 
rived at Tallahassee October 11, 1898, to which place the company had been 
ordered for the purpose of being mustered out of service. The company was 
furloughed October 16, 1898, for thirty clays; company mustered out Decem- 
ber 3, 1898.' 



344 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company A — ist Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED MUSTERED 

OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

Robert E. Davidson ... 
Samuel R. Birdsey Jr.. 

ist Lieutenant — 

Cevie V. Roberts 



2nd Lieutenant — 
Charles M. Hilliard 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Abshier, William F 

Agnew. Samuel A 

Allen, John VV 

Atkinson, S. D 

Ayers, Lewis B 

Bangs. William N 

Beasley, Harry L 

Ballard, Leander F 

Birdsey. Ralph T 

Bishoff, Frank J 

Brier, DeWitt 

Bouhvare, James H 

Brown, Alfred L 

Brunson. James O 

Calhoon, Walter D 

Calhoon, William B 

Carter. George R 

Clark, Henry M 

Clay, Jackson W... 

Clements, Charles B 

Cockrave, Thomas J 

Coon, Holmes L 

Cress, Charles 

Cresson. Henry C 

Croft, John W 

Crosette, Edgar L 

Curry, Hudson 

Ditto, Frank W 

Ditton, Samuel L 

Dunn, William C 

Edwards, William P 

Finch, Chester 

Flood, Harry T 

Fort, Leroy 

Frink Samuel L 

Frank Henry 

Gary, William T 



Galipau, J. J 

Gaskill, William H 

Gaskill, Asa J 

Geiger, Joshua C 

Giddens, Clayton E 

Giddens, Alfred D 

Graham, John M 

Halsell, Austen B... 

Hamilton, Benjamin E 

Harrell, Arthur C 

Harrell, John D 

Harris, C. A 

Harris, Thomas H 

Harvey, Fred 

Herlong, H. W 

Hiers. Bryant D 

Hightower, Percy 

Hines, Richard 

Hinson, George 

House, Claude P 

Ingram, Archie F 

Ives, Washington M. Jr.. 

Jarrett, Charles H 

King, John H 

Lancaster, George E 

Lancaster, John W 

Lapham, H. H 

Laurence, P. B 

Lloyd, Charles H 

Livingston, Thomas M... 

Mcintosh, Edward L 

McClendon, F. M 

McDavid, James S 

McCowan, H. L 

Mark, Victor E 

Marsh, James M 



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April 25, '98 



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3, '98 Promoted Major; June 30, '98. 

3, '9S 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain July, '98, vice 
Davidson promotion. 

3, '98 2nd Lieutenant promoted 1st Lieutenant; July 1, 
I '98. 



Dec. 3, '98 Transferred from Co. D to Co. A June. '98. 



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'98 Deserted August. S 'c 
'98, 



at Fernandina. Fla. 



'98 

'98 Sergeant. 

'98 Corporal; appointed August 1. '98. 

'98 Artificer. 

'98 Q. M. Sergeant. 

'98 

'98 Musician. 

'98 

'98 Died at Fernandina August 22, '98. 

'98 Discharged August 7. '98, for disability. 

'98 

'98 1 

'98 

'!is 

'9S 

'98 Corporal. 

'98 

'98 Deserted August 8, '98 at Fernandina. 

'98 Corporal; Augustl, '98. 

'98' 

'98 

'98,1st Sergeant. 

'98; 

'98 Corporal; appointed August 1, '98. 

'98 Corporal; appointed Sergeant. 

'981 

'98 Corporal: appointed'June 1, '98. 

'98 

'98 Transferred to Co. B, October 4, '98. 

'98 

'98 

'98 

'98ICorporal; appointed^color Sergeant September 26, 

'98. 
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'98: 

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Corporal; appointed*MayJ20, '98. 
Deserted August 7, '98 at Fernandina, Fla. 
Corporal; transferred to hospital corps, '98. 



Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, transferred 
as 2nd Lieutenant to Co. D October 16, '98. 



'98 Corporal; Adj. 1, '98. 

'98 Sergeant. 

'98 

'98 

'98 

'98 

'98 



Corporal; appointed August 1, '98. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 

Roll Company A— ist Florida Infantry. 



345 



Mathews, John H 

Maloney, Alvin F 

Martin. Lewi? 

Messing, Sig 

Mead, W. S 

Moody, John P 

Moody, Solomon W 

O'Hanlon, Doyle 

Payne, Richard W 

Pillsbury , W illiam 

Pyles, Thomas N 

Perry, Alfred T 

Posten, Samuel P 

Rawles, E. C 

Rawls, M. H 

Rearden, John L 

Rickards, Paul C 

Shortridge, Lewis H 

Skipper, Rederick M 

Smith, Elevyn L 

Sparr, Ernest L 

Sowden, Charles T Jr 

Stanley, Fred W 

Stewart, Charles J 

Strobar, William P 

Thomas, Otho W 

Thower. Benjamin K. J. 

Turner, Frank S 

Triplet, Wade H 

Tireman, Claude 

Vanness, Ralnh E 

Walker, Charles B 

White. William B. M 

Williams, James 

Williamson. Frank 

Yandle, Charles B 

Yonge, Chandler B 

Zimmerman, Karl H 



Buchan, Isaac N., 
Ludwig, John W 
McCant, S. D 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



April 25, 
May 27, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
July 30, 
April 25. 
April 25, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
June 7, 
June 25, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
June 27, 
June 27, 
June 27, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
June 28, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
June 28, 
June 28, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
July 16, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
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3, '98 Corporal; appointed July 1, '98. 

Discharged September 8", '98, for disability. 
3, '98 

Discharged September 8, '98. 

Corporal. 



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DischargedjSeptember 28, '98, for disability 
Musician. 



Sergeant. 



Transferred to Co. F October 9, '98. 
Discharged September 10, '98. 



Corporal; appointed August 1. '98. 
Transferred to hospital corps June 7, 
Transferred to Co. F October 9. '98. 



Company B — ist Florida Regiment. 
This company left Leesburg, Fla., May 14, 1898, by order of Adjutant- 
General Houston, of the State of Florida, for Tampa, to be mustered into the 
service of the United States. They arrived in Tampa the same date, camping 
at Fort Brooke; mustered into service of United States May 20, 1898.^ On 
May 27 broke camp, marched a distance of two miles to DeSoto Park and 
pitched camp; left DeSoto Park for Fernandina, Fla., by rail July 21, 1898; 
arrived in Fernandin • July 22; marched one mile and pitched camp; lelt 
Fernandina, Fla., August 22 1898, for Huntsville, Ala.; camped that night in 
streets of Fernandina; left August 23 for Huntsville; arrived there August 25. 
marched one and one-half miles; pitched temporary camp in shelter tents; 
o i August 26 marched one mile to permanent camp. This company trans- 
ferred to the 3rd Battalion to be retained in service September 29, 1898; mus- 
tered out of service January 27. 1899. 

Roll Company B (Capt. George E. Lovell) — ist Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



OFFICERS. 

Carjtain — 

George E. Lovell 



April 23. '9S Jan. 27. '99! Promoted to Colonel of the Regiment July 20, '98. 



346 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Roll Company B (Capt. George E. Lovell) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



ist Lieutenants — 

Joseph C. West 

Augustus C. Hart 

2nd Lieutenant — 

Joseph R. Cunningham 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Barker, James H 

Benton, Samuel A 

Barnett, Jeremiah I 

Bozeman, Daniel T 

Bosanquet, C. A 

Branch, Benjamin S 

Brown, Charles U 

Bridger, George F 

Corley, Bartley 

Corman, Alex B 

Cureton, Clarence 

Cureton, George B 

Coughlin, John 

Chamberlin, Garrett V 

Collens, Jesse S 

Crenshaw, Charles E 

Dixon, John H 

Dixon, Samuel W 

DeWitt, John W 

Diehl, Walter 

Froscher, Elbert A 

Fink, William H 

Flynn, Paul J 

Fails, Ralph C 

Gordon, Thomas H 

Green, Willie A 

Gruver, John A 

Griffith, Eugene O 

Hardman, Herbert W 

Havens, James D 

Harmond, Robert S 

Harrison. William C 

Hackney, Robert L 

Hennis, John 

Jackson, Joseph 

Jackson, James 

Jones, Lonnie R 

Jordan, Elias W 

Jordan, Joel A 

Jones, Oliver 

Kininger, Joseph I 

Kramer, Frederick S 

Lovelace, Henry 

Lamoreaux, Cleo C 



Laurence, Percy B 

Martin, Joseph B 

Martin, John F 

Magill. Thomas A 

McCully, Andrew P 

McClendon, Jesse 

McClendon, Richison.. 

Mixon, James D 

Mehaffy, James M 

Mattox, Herschel B.... 

Milholin, Thomas J 

Nelson, William E 

Otto, George 

Noble, Adam 

Noble, Charles S 

Noble, Mason J 

Owens, Zackary 

Pearce, Preston P 

Pepper, Sydney D 

Peter, Emmett B 

Purdy, Albert M 

Puckett, Thomas R 

Register, James T 

Rizer, Harry W 

Roe. Charles E 

Ross, William 

Sims. Joseph L 

Stephens, Albert R 

Sparkman, Hugh C 

Stone, John F 

Smith, Harry B 

Smith. Villen C 

Stivinder, Calvin L 



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'98 



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'99 
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'99 

'99 Transferred to Co. E October 9, 

'99[Corporal; appointed July 22. '98. 

Sergeant. 
'99 
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Corporal; appointed November 1, '98. 
Discharged, disabled August 29. '98. 

Discharged, disabled August 11, '98. 



Corporal; appointed November 1, '98. 

Sergeant. 

Transferred to United States Signal Corps. 

Deserted November 18, '98 at Huntsvilie, Ala. 
Transferred from Co. L. 



Discharged disability September 30. '98. 



Sergeant. 

Artificer, appointed June 1, '98. 

Corporal; Julv 22, '98 transferred to^Co. M Oct. 

'98. 
Transferred to Co. A October 8. '98. 



Corporal; appointed. 

Corporal. 

Discharged, disability August 11, '98., 

Corporal; appointed November 1, '98. 



Deserted August 11, at Fernandina. 
1st Sergeant. 
Q. M. Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



Transferred to hospital corps June 22. '98. 
Transferred to Co. M October 8. '98. 



Jan. 27, 
Jan. 27, 
Jan. 27, 



i lorporal. 

Sergeant; traansferred to Co. C October 8. '5 

( lorporal. 

Died at Fernandina, Fla., August 28, '98. 
99 
99 
991 Bugler. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



,U7 



Roll Company B (Capt. Gsorge E. Lovell) — ist Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



Slouterman, William T. 

Smith. Thomas W 

Sessions, Percy \V 

Slater. George 

Sec-lore, Walter M 

Tommey. Joel C 

Wilkinson. Mack J 

Wicks. Sanfonl W 

Williams, Charles T 

Whiting, Francis 

Williams, Charles E 

Watson, Orrin W 

Wilson, George S 

Yates, Harrv M 

Yates, Gettis W 

Young. Eugene B 

Stith, Jack 

Von Kopperlow, Max L. 

Banks, Edward P 

Brvson, W T illiam K 

Budd, Isaac M 

Craft, Robert W 

Castelberry, Locke 

Cain. Elmer C 

FKnn. Paul J 

Flood, Harry F 

Gray, W T illiam H 

Hodge, George D 

Helveston, Joseph L 

Henne.-, Joseph 

Kaner, Sam 

Mobley, James 

Markham, Millard L 

Mattair, William E 

Malene. Nnthony 

Malene, Patrick H 

Mulhattan, Thomas J 
Pillsbury, Charles C 

Smith. Yiller< C 

Smoak, John T 

Tayler, Robert 

Wellons, Nixon N 

Wilson, William J 

Adams. Sidney F 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
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Brown, Charles W July 22. 

Griffith, Eugene () June 22. 

Wilson. David (' '.Tune 11, 

Denham, George L jJuly 6, 



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REMARKS. 



Discharged, disabled August 11, 



Discharged, disability August 11, '98. 
Transferred to Co. M October 8, '98. 
Corporal. 



Bugler; appointed July 15, '93. 
Transferred from Co. C. 
Transferred from Co. M. 
Transferred from Co. M. 

Transferred from Co. M. 

Transferred from Regimental Band October 5, '98 

Transferred-from Co. A October 8, '98. 



Transferred from Co. L October 8. '98. 



•90 



]; reduced to rank. 



Transferred to Co. B from Regimental Band. 
Transferred to Co. B from Regimental Band. 

ferred to Co. L October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. E October 8, '98. 



Transferred from Co. C October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. D June 1, '98. 



discharged for dis- 



Vj'iointed Corporal; July 22, 

ability August II . '98. 
Transferred to Co. L October 8, '98. 
Transferred to United States Signal Corps Julv 2, 

'98. 
Transferred to Co. C October 8, '98. 
'99|Transferred from Co. L October 8, '98; deserted 
1 November 25, '98. 



Company C — ist Florida Regiment. 

This company was organized in Orlando. Florida, and left there by rail 
May 14, 1898, for Tampa, a distance of 92 miles; arrived there May 14, and 
pitched camp at Fort Brooke, Tampa, F'a. Was mu tered in there May 20, 
1898, broke camp and marched to DeSoto Park and pitched camp May 27; 
mov. d with Regiment on July 21 from Tampa to Fernandina, Fla., by rail, a 
distance of a least 250 miles Arrived at Fernandina July 22, pitched camp 
there same date; broke camp with Reg ment about noon of August 22 and 
marched into town, a distance of one mile, about 6 p. m. same date, and biv- 
ouacked in streets until noon of August 23, when they left by rail for Hunts- 
ville, Ala., which latter place was reached about 11 a. m. August 25; distance 
traveled about six hundred miles via. Callahan, Fla., Waycross, Macon and 
Atlanta Ga., and Chattanooga, Term.; pitched temporan^ camp August 25. 
On August 26 marched about one mile and pitched permanent camp, distance 
about one mile and a half from town. Broke camp at Huntsville October 9 



348 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



and departed from there at 8.45 p. m. same date by rail via Chattanooga, 
Tenn., Atlanta, Macon, Albany and Thomasville, Ga., and Monticello, Fla., 
for Tallahassee, a distance of about five hundred miles; which latter place 
was reached about 9 a. m. October 11, 1898, and pitched camp in Houston's 
Green, distant about one mile from town. 

Roll Company C (Capt. John N. Bradshaw) — -1st Florida Infantry. 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John N. Bradshaw.. 
1 st Lieutenants — 

Augustus C. Hart .... 



Joseph C. West 

2nd Lieutenants — 
Frank X. Schuller . 



Charles E. McDowell. 



ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Clifford 

Allen, John E 

Anderson, John A 

Amsden, Amory O 



Arnold, Roland 

Bartlett, Clifford T 

Banks, Edward 

Baker, Walter 

Barker, George A 

Barksdale, Edward H. 

Bartlett, Percy G 

Barrow, R. E 

Brunson, Laurence E.. 

Bowman, B. T 

Browne, Horace 

Bumby, Jesse 

Butt, Arthur T 

Bruton, James H 

Bates, Walter 

Bryant, Guy A 

Cisco, Victor W 

Campbell, William B 

Carter, John C 

Clayton, Benjamin W. 

Crews, Joseph L 

Cooper, Vanden W 

Combs, Walter H 

Curdollo, Frank 

Carv, Geoff ry Elwes. ... 



Decker, Thomas M 

Darling, Thomas J 
Donnehv, Patrick 
DeCantillon, William. 

Edwards, Marvel 

Evans, Frank 

Frierson, Thomas M... 

Forsythe, James 

Fulford, John W 

Gainer, Frank E 

Gates, WillianrS 

Golladay, William G.. 

Gleach, Frank M 

Hall, W. R 

Hartley, C. E 

Hawes, Oscar S 

Hansen, Peter 

Holley, Edmund R 

Hurlbut, D. E 

Hurlbut, Van D. R 

Jackson Edwin L 

Jaudon, Paul B., Jr... 

Kenny, Frank P 

King, Roswell 

Kettel, Daniel 

Lake, Harrold 

Lanier, Louis M 

Landis, Arthur C 



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April 25, 

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Dec. 



April 25, '98 



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April 25, 

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April 25, 
April 25, 
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April 23, 
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April 25, 
April 25, 
April 25, 
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Mav 18, 
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April 23, 
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April 23, 
Julv 

April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
July 27, 
April 23, 
April 23. 
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April 23, 
April 23, 
April 23, 
July 17, 
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April 23, 
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'98 



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•OS 



Dec. 3, '98 



Transferred as 1st Lieutenant to Co. B; special 
Order No. 136. 

Transferred from Co. B as 1st Lieutenant October 
16, '99; Special Order No. 130. 

Appointed 1st Lieutenant and Regimental Quar- 
termaster June 2, '98; appointed Captain and 
Regimental Quartermaster September 10, '98. 

1st Sergeant; appointed 2nd Lieutenant July 1. 



Died at Fort McPherson, Ga., August 15, '98. 
Corporal; appointed Regimental Quartermaster- 
Sergeant September 10, '98. 
Bugler. 

Corporal; transferred to Co. B; R. G. O. 42, Octo- 
ber 9, '98. 



•<is 



Promoted Corporal July 9, '98. 



Musician. 

Transferred to Hospital Corps. U. S. A.; Special 
Order 126. 



Corporal. 
Artificer. 



Transferred to Regimental hospital service June 
'Qg. == ^_ ; _ 

Corporal; discharged September 28^ '98; Special 
Order 118. 

Promoted Quartermaster-Sergeant July 1. '98. 



Deserted August 28, '9S. 



Corporal. 



Promoted Corporal August^l, 



Sergeant. 
Corporal. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



349 



Roll Company C (Capt. John N. Bradshaw) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Lee, Eugene E 

Lord, Charles R 

Lyons, John F 

Lynch, Walter 

McConnell, Adolph M 

McGuire, James T 

McLarty, Charles E 

McLarty, W 

McNeil, W. William 

Mitchell, C. W 

Morey, Eugene B 

Norton, Taylor Seymour. 

Norton-Taylor, Bracy 

Nix, Ralph E 

Pennell, Elon G 

Propst, Jacob D 

Partin, John E 

Perkins, Samuel 

Piatt, A. S 

Piatt, Charles B 

Piatt, Edward H 

Roberson, Edward 

Reed, Fonda 

Robertson, J. W 

Robertson, H. C 

Rogers, James 

Rouke, William 

Sacher, Adolph 

Sraman, Louis 

Scott, Thomas M 

Smith, Thomas F 

Smith, Charles S 

Schmidt, Frank 

Stafford, Robert F 

Strand, Clarence E 

Shaw, William J 

Taylor, George A 

Taylor, Robert 

White. Gabe H 

Walker, Luther 

Webb, William T 

White, James M 

White, William W 

Wilson, John R 



Welch, Charles H 

Roberson, Edward 

Forsyth, James 

Bowman, Bert T 

Boone, William B 

Cox, Emory E 

Carlten, Norman J 

Christopher, Rufus S. E. 

Garner. Charles E 

Jones, Lerov 

Libbv, Edwin R 

Miller, Charles F 

Martin, Robert N 

McGuire, James F 

McDonald. Charles L 

Pennell, Elton G 

Reans, Weather H 

Stephens, Albert R 

Whitehurst, Elbert L 

Wall, William C 

Wilson, Daniel C 

Dumsuer, Hugh W 



Frierson, Thomas M 
Hartley, Charles E. ... 
Lord, Charles R 



MUSTERED 



April 23, 
July 17, 
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April 23, 
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June 6, 

Julv 23. 

Julv 15. 

July 15, 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



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Deserted October 8, '98. 



Sergeant; transferred to Regimental Band July 13, 
'98. 



Corporal. 

Sergeant. 

Transferred to Co. D October 9, '98. 

Corporal. 



Transferred to Hospital Corps, U. S. A., June 7 
'98. 



Transferred Co. B October 9, '9: 
Promoted Corporal August 1, 'J 



Quartermaster-Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant 

July 1, '98. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Promoted Sergeant July 9, '98. 



Transferred from Co. D October 9. '98. 



Transferred from Co. B October. 



Dropped from roll July 18, '98; deserter United 

States Signal Corps. 
Discharged September, '98, for disability. 
Discharged April 5 for disability. 
Transferred to Co. F October 9. 



Company D — ist Florida Regiment. 

This company was organized at Palatka, Fla., by 1st Lieut. D. W. Ram- 
saur. The company proceeded to Tampa May 12, 1898, n distance of one 
hundred and ninety miles, per order of Governor Bloxham. Went into camp 
of instruction on Fort Brooke Reservation May 13. Mustered into the ser- 



350 



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vice of the United States May 20; broke camp May 27, and marched to DeSoto 
Park, a distance of about three miles, with Regiment, per order of Major- 
General Shafter. In Camp of Instruction at DeSoto Park from May 27 to 
July 21; broke camp at DeSoto Park and proceeded to Fernandina with 
Regiment by rail July 22, per order of Secretary of War. In camp with Regi- 
ment at Fernandina from July 23 to August 22; broke camp at Fernandina 
August 23 and proceeded to Huntsville, Ala., with Regiment by rail, a dis- 
ance of about seven hundred miles. Arrived in Huntsville Augus 25, and 
went into temporary camp in city of Huntsville until August 26, thence into 
permanent camp about two m les from the city, where the company remained 
until mustered out of the service of the United States January 27, 1899. 

Roll Company D (Capt. William M. Husson) — 1st Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

William M. Husson 

1 st Lieutenant — 

David W. Ramsaur 

2nd Lieutenants — 

John W. Lancaster 

Charles M. Hilliard 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Anderson, G. H 

Bard. Harvey H 

Barclay. Fred A 

Bard, James M 

Branam, James 

Bryce, George T 

Beal, Thomas T 

Benbow, David 

Boyd. N. M 

Brentley, \V 

Burt, James L 

Bukey. Jesse D 

Beach, Griffin C 

Beale, George t 

Cary, J. L 

Cochrane, P. J 

Congers, J 

Cowart, Henry E 

Courer, Augustus 

Corbett, Hugh McL 

Chancy, Silas L 

Crutchtield, James E 

Crews, John E 

Cross, Ralph A 

Culberson, John H 

Curtis, Luther B 

Cox, William A 

Caswell, Carl G 

Cox, Darden T 

DuMaurier. Don F 

Driggers. James O 

Dunn, Stephen C 

Gay, Eugene F 



Gautier, Redmond B. 

Gale, George O 

Glisson, A. E 

Gomes, Arthur 

Grover, William H 

Hester. H. C: 

Hill. Charles E 

Hoyt. William L 

Irving, Frederick 

Jones, Leroy D 

Jones. T. J 

Johns, Harland D... 

Kirbv. Elijah L 

Line, James E 

Lee. H 

Lewis, James E 

Llles. John T 




REMARKS. 



April 23, 
April 23, 



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April 23. 
Mav 19, 



98'Jan. 27, '£ 
98 Jan. 27, '£ 



'98 



Jan .27, '99 Transferred from Co. A October 28. '98. 

Transferred to Co. A, 1st Florida Volunteer In- 
fantry October 10, '98. 
Jan. 27, '99 
Jan. 27. '99 
Jan. 27, '99 
Jan. 27, '99| 
Jan. 27. '99 
Jan. 27, '99 
Jan. 27. '99 
Jan. 27. '99 Promoted Corporal. 



Transferred to Hospital Corps June 1, '98. 
Promoted Corporal December 8, '98; discharged 

December 12, '9S, per Special Order No. 302, 

A. G. (I. at Huntsville, Ala. 



Transferred to Hospital Corps June 22, '98. 

Discharged December 22, '98, per order Secretary 

of War. 
Promoted Corporal September 8, '98. 
Died at Fernandina September 12, '98. 



Transferred to Co. I, 1st Florida Volunteer Infan- 
try. October 9, '98. 
Artificer; died at Fernandina August 6, '98. 



Promoted Corporal July 16, '98; Sergeant, August 
13. '98; discharged September 9, '98, per Special 
Order No. 218. 

Discharged December 19, '98, per telegprahic o : 
der Secretary of War. 



Promoted Corporal December 8, '98. 
Discharged August 29, '98, for disability. 



Promoted Corporal. 

Transferred to Co. M June 1, '98. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



35i 



Roll Company D (Capt. William M. Husson) — 1st Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Livingston Tully R 

Lipsey, Mills J 

Livingston, John D 

Mills, James A 

McGrau, Patrick 
Mclver, Alexander M 

McLendon, J. T 

Martin, Howard C 
Madarasz, Louis E 
Merrill, Joseph H 

Nelson. J. E 

O'Cain. William E 

Parker, A. K. 

Pinner, Erastus 

Powell, Lawrence B 

Powell, Tate, Jr.... 
Rawlison, Lea M 

Raj-, James C 

Register, Thomas J 
Register, John W 
Rendrel, John 



Reimer, Frederick C. R 

Rich, S. K 

Richardson, John W 

Roberts. Alfred 

Roberts. George W 

Ryan, Albert J 

Ringham. John D 

Russell. C. A 

Sails, John A 

Scott, Fred L 

Shelley. Andrew J 
Shelley. Carleton Edward 

Smailes. Edward M 
Sullivan, Vollie T 

Smith. John 

Smith, Rutledge 
Thomas, T. H. S 

Tison, John H 

Truman. J. W 
Vary, Foster V. B 

Usina. John 

Wall. William C 
Watson. S. W 
Weaver. Arthur H 
Wigg. Thomas H 
Wigg, St. John 
Weiss, Charles L 
Wellose. Nixon N 
White, Kirk M 
Vassie, Harry A 

Yates, Moses 

Young, James W 
Wilder. Hezekiah H 



Crarv, John D 
Volly. Walter H 
Barrow, Robert E 
Bracken, John W 
Brown. William 
Groson. Walter R 
Edwards, James H 
Fitzgerald, Arthur N 
Jones. Reuben T 

Lee. Henry 

Roberts, Hugh 
Robertson. Jame« W 
Scammell. Rov M 
Points, John D 

Jones, Leroy D 

Wilder. Thomas J 




Promoted Corporal. 



3rd Sergeant; discharged December 9, '98, per or- 
der Secretary of War. 



Corporal; discharged November 9, '98, per Special 
Order No. 288. 



Transferred to Co. M, 1st Florida Infantry. June 

1. '98. 
Transferred to Co. M, 1st Florida Infantry, June 

1, '98. 
Sergeant. 

Promoted Corporal December 8, '98. 

Enlisted as Quartermaster-Sergeant; reduced to 
Corporal; discharged December 2, '98, for dis- 
ability. 

Sergeant; discharged December 13, '98, per Spe- 
cial Order No. 302. 



Corporal. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant September 12, '98; 

discharged November 18, '98, per Special Order 

No. 291. 
Died at Huntsville, Ala., September 16, '98. 

Promoted July 16, '98; discharged November 18 
'98, per Special Order No. 291. 



1st Sergeant. 

Transferred to Co. C October 9, '98. 
Artificer. 

Promoted Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant. 

Transferred to Co. B June 1, '98. 

Sergeant. 

Musician. 

Wagoner. 

Transferred from Co. M June 1, '98; promoted 

September 12, '98. 
Promoted Corporal December 8, '98. 
Promoted Corporal December 8, '98. 

Transferred from Co. G. 
Transferred from Co. I, Oct. 9, '98. 
Transferred from Co. M. 

Transferred from Co. G. 
Transferred from Co. M. 



Corporal; discharged. November 18, '98, per Spe- 
cial Order No. 291. 

Transferred to Co. C, 1st Florida Volunteer Infan- 
try, October 9, '98. 

Transferred to Co. D June 1, '98; retransferred to 
Co. M October 9, '98. 



352 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



Company E — ist Florida Regiment. 
This company was organized in Jacksonville, Fla., and left there by rail 
May 12, 1898, for Tampa, a distance of 212 miles; arrived there May 13, and 
pitched camp at Fort Brooke, Tampa, Fla, and was mustered in there May 23, 
broke camp and marched to DeSoto Camp, Fla., where they pitched camp on 
May 27 moved with Regiment on July 21 from Tampa to Fernandina by rail, a 
distance of about 250 miles; arrived at Fernandina July 22 and pitched camp 
there same date; broke camp with Regiment at Fernandina about noon of 
August 22 and marched into town, a distance of one mile, about 6 p. m. same 
date and bivouacked in streets until noon of August 23, when they left by rail 
for Huntsville, which latter place was reached about 2 a. m. August 25; dis- 
tance travelled about 600 miles, via Callahan, Fla., Waycross, Macon and 
Atlanta, Ga., and Chattanooga, Tenn., and pitched temporary camp August 
25. On August 26 marched about one mile and pitched permanent camp, 
distance about one mile and a half from town. On September 5 broke camp 
about 7 a. m. and marched into Huntsville, distance of about one and one- 
half miles and pitched camp in a locality known as Calhoun Grove, reliev- 
ing Co. D, 5th Maryland Volunteer Infantry as provost guard; broke camp 
October 5 and returned to Regiment Broke camp at Huntsville October 
and departed from there at 8.45 p. m. same date by rail, via Chattanooga, 
Tenn., Atlanta, Macon, Albany and Thomasville, Ga., and Monticello, Fla., 
for Tallahassee, a distance of about 500 miles, which latter place was reached 
at 9.30 a. m. on October 11, 1898, and pitched camp in Houston's Grove, dis- 
tant about one mile from town. 

Roll Company E (Capt. John S. Maxwell) — ist Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

John S. Maxwell 

ist Lieutenant — 

Braxton B. McDonnell 
2nd Lieutenant — 

George R. Weldon 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Allen, Luie D 

Avery, Horace C 



Ball, Thomas P 

Barker, Harry T 

Beam, William H 

Bernreuter, David W 
Bowden, Richard D. . 

Bowen, Fred H 

Brannen, Herbert G... 

Brown, Vivian R 

Candlish, Herbert S .... 



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May 11, 

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July 7, 
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April 23, 
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May 5, 

April 23, 



Challen, Louis B .... April 23, 

Christie. George T May 10, 

Coburn, Sparkman C April 23, 

Combs, Bert A ... May 5, 

Cooner, Clvde T ... 
Crolly, William C 

Curren, Denis 

Curtis*. Harry B May 

DeVeaux, James G May 



Cassidey, Herbert J. 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



May 
May 
Mav 



3, 
11. 

5, 
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2, 



Drew. Horace R April 23, 

Drysdale, Richard P April 23, 



Dec. 3, '98 



REMARKS. 



Transferred to Co. G October 8, '98. 
Corporal; discharged September 8, '98 for disabil- 
ity by order of Assistant Adjutant General. 

Sergeant. 

Discharged June 8, '98, for disability. 

Promoted Corporal; September 1, '98. 

Transferred to Co. G October 8, '98. 

Discharged September 8, '98; in compliance with 
orders from Assistant Adjutant-General. 

Corporal; discharged September 10, '98 for dis- 
ability, by order of Assistant Adjutant-Gen. 

Promoted Corporal; July 30, '98. 
Musician; transferred to Co. G. 

Appointed Musician; July 1, '98. 



Promoted Corporal; July 30, '98. 
Transferred to Regimental hosnital corps May 31, 
'98; by order of B. F. Pope, Lieutenant-Col. 

Sergeant. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



353 



Roll Company E (Capt. John S. Maxwell) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Dyeas, Samuel E V s nil 23. 

Ellis, Roy N. Jr April 23, 

Emery, Edward H May 10, 

Fleming, Charles S April 2.3, 

Ford, Joseph S May 5, 

Grant, Isaiah S May 5, 

Hopkins, Joseph L May 5, 

Humphreys, Allison B May 5, 

Johnson. Eden P May 10, 

Jones, William B May 12, 

Jordan, Tristran I May 11, 

Lang, Joseph A May 7, 

Livingston, Woodward C .May 7, 

Long. Marvin W 'May 10, 

May 11, 

May 5, 

May 5, 

May 3, 



MUSTERED 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Lonney, Thomas J 

McGary, James 

McKenzie, Henry W 

MaeDonnell. Alexander H. 



McCabe, Charles C 

McCracken, Victor 

MacDonell, Augustus O. Jr. 



MaeDonnell, Lee 

Markwood, Henry E 

Mitchell, Lee Augustus... 

Mott, Elisha M 

Muller, Bernhard 

Munroe, Edward L 

Murtagh, John S 

Nelson, William D 

Page. James W 

Pasco, Samuel N 

Payne, Harvey R 

Putman, James L 

Raley, Henry 

Reddick, Walter N 

Reed. Joseph L 

Reese, Joseph D 

Reneau, James S 

Roberts, Lonney H 

Rockwell, Stoddard W.... 

Rouse, Roscoe 

Skipper, Thomas W 

Smedley. William G 

Snowball, Joseph E 

Thompson, Lawrence H 

Tucker. Charles W 

Thames. George W. Jr ... 

Warrock, Arthur R 

Washington, Fred L 

Watson, Talbot D 

Wilder, Edgar L 

Willard, Frank B 

Wilson, Henry 

Williams, CarlH 

Winterhalter, George 

Bassett, Buten 

Belisano Ben H 

Berr.renter, David W. 

Bonham, Theo. L 

Campbell, James S 

Cody, Charles J 

Colton, Benjamin W 

Daman, William T 

Denham, William D 

Edmonson, George D 

Gary, Fred 

Henry, John B 

Johnson, Henry 

Maxwell. James R 

Pitts. Jesse A 

Rawls, Samuel A 

Roberts, Samuel I 

Shadham, William A 

Tamer, Elmore A 

Ward, William H 

Wells, H. T 

Barritt, Frank E 

Berlack, Abram S 

Branch, Benjamin S 

Brown, William F 

Carroll, Horace C 

Dixon, Reddon W 



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April 23, 



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Transferred to Co. F October 8, '98. 
Q. M. Sergeant. 

Transferred to Regimental Staff as Sergeant-Ma- 
or; May 25, '98. 

Corporal; promoted Sergeant, September 1, '98. 
Cor] oral. 



Dec. 
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Ap] ointed Artificer Sept. 12, '98. 



Transferred to Co. F October 8, '98. 

Transferred to Co. F October 8, '98. 

Promoted Corporal; July 30, '98. 

Discharged August 30, '98, for disability, by order 

of Assistant Adjutant-General. 
Musician. 
Wagoner. 
Corporal; promoted Sergeant; discharged August 

30, '98, for disability.. 
Sergeant. 
Promoted Corporal; September 12, '9S. 

Artificer. 



Promoted Corporal, September 12, '98. 



Promoted Corporal, July 30, '98. 



Dec. 3. 'i 



Dec. 3, '98 

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Dec. 3 '98 

Dec. 3, 



3, '98 

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3, '98 

3, '98 

3, '98 

3, '98 



Corporal. 

1st Sergeant. 

Corporal; discharged September 10, '98 

ability. 
Corporal; promoted September 9, '98. 



for dis- 



Died at Huntsville, Ala., September 29, '98. 

Discharged September 15, '98 by order of War 
Department, for disability. 



Discharged September 23, '98 for disability by 
order of Assistant Adjutant-General. 



Promoted Corporal, September 1, '98. 

Transferred to Comuanv F October 8, ' 
Transferred to Co. F October 8, '98. 

Transferred from Co. F October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. F October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. B October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. G October 8, '98. 



354 



SOLDIERS OF FLOR DA. 



Roll Company E (Capt. John S. Maxwell) — ist Florida Infantry. 

(Continued.) 



Gates, Edward C 

Hampton, James F.. 



Hitchcock, William S.. 

Lynch, Harley T 

McRae, Calvin. 

Parkin, Harry A 

Parker, Arthur H 

Philips, Davis 

Scott, James F 

Sheppard, Thomas W.. 

Smith, Joseph F 

Snow, George W 

Steadham, William A.. 

Stevens, James E 

Acosta, George A 



May 21, 
Aug. 2, 



MUSTERED 



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Aug. 
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Aug. 
Aug. 
June 
May 
May 
April 
Dec. 
Aug. 
April 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



'98 Dec. 
'98 Dec. 

'98'Dec. 
'98!Dec. 
'98 Dec. 
'98 Dec. 



'98? 



Pillsbury, Charles C Aug, 1 



Dec. 
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Transferred to 3rd division hospital corps August 

18, '98. 
Transferred from Co. F, 1st Fla. Infantry October 



Transferred from Co. F October 8, '98. 



Transferred from Co. F October 8, '98. 
Transferred from Co. F October 8, '98. 



Discharged September 12, '98 for disability, by 

order of Assistant Adjutant-General. ' 
Transferred to Co. B October 8, '98. 



Company F — ist Florida Regiment. 
This company was organized at Jacksonville, Fla.; left there at 9 o'clock 
p. m. Majr 12, 1898, travelling thence by rail to Tampa, Fla., a distance of 
about 212 miles; reached destination at 7 o'clock a. m. May 13; went into 
camp at Fort Brooke, at which place it was mustered into the service of the 
United States on May 23 by Captain Woodruff, mustering officer. Broke 
camp May 27 and marched to Palmetto Beach, a distance of two miles, where 
it went into camp; broke camp at Palmetto Beach at 3 o'clock p. rh. July 
21 and travelled thence by rail to Fernandina, a distance of 240 miles, arriving 
at their destination at 7.30 o'clock a. m. July 22; broke camp at Fernandina 
on the afternoon of August 22 and camped in streets that night; took cars for 
Huntsville, Ala., at noon August 2^; arrived at destination, a distance of 
about 56a miles, at 2 o'clock p. m on August 25, going into temporary camp 
on th; evening of same date and marching to permanent camp on the morn- 
ing of August 26, a distance of one mile. Mustered out of service at Hunts- 
ville, Ala., January 24, 1899. 

Roll Company F (Capt. James Y. Wilson) — ist Florida Infantry. 



OFFICERS. 

Captain — 

James Y. Wilson 

ist Lieutenants — 

Charles H. Chestnut 

John H. Stephens 



2nd Lieutenant — 

Thomas C. Watts 

ENLISTED MEN. 

Armington, Fred E 

Adams, Emarcus S 

Batton, Charles A 

Baker. William A 

BerL.ck, Abraham S 

Barrett. Frank E 

Ball. Herbert 

Beattv. William Y 

Boyde, Walter E 

Biiks. Theodore H 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



April 25. 
April 25, 

April 25, 



April 25, 

April 25, 

April 25. 

April 25, 

April 25, 

April 25. 

A 1 Til 25, 

April 25, 

April 25, 

April 25, 



April 25, '98 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



Jan. 27, '99 



Jan. 27, '99 
Jan. 27, '99 

Jan. 27, '99 



Jan. 27, '99 
Jan. 27, ; 99 



REMARKS. 



Transferred to Co. F, October 13, '98; detailed as 
Battalion Adjutant November 17, '98. 

Transferred from Brigade Headquarters to Ad- 
jutant's October 13, '98; died at Savannah Octo- 
ber 27, '98. 

Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant. 



Transferred to Co. 1 October 9, '98. 

Corporal. 

Transferred to Co. E October 9, '98. 

Transferred to Co. E October 9, '98. 

Transferred to Hospital Corps. 

Honorably discharged December 22. '98. 



SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 



355 



Roll Company F (Capt. James Y. Wilson j — ist Florida Infantry. 
(Continued.) 



MUSTERED 
IN. 



MUSTERED 
OUT. 



REMARKS. 



Bowden, Halstead E. 

Black, James C 

Blinn. Edwin H 

Byrd, Obe D 

Byrne, Martin A 

Bigelow, Robert C 

Boyer, Alfred Z 

Brennan, Martin 

Curry, George A 



Crews, Thomas I) 



Caneio, Charles A 



Conners. John 

Dancy, George L 

Doyle, William H 

Dimiee, Charles H 

Dorman. William A 

Eager. Francis L 

Fremont, Thomas 

Fuller, William 

Gibson, Edward F 

Hall, Samuel T 

Hitchcock, William S... 

Hardee, John A 

Herbert, John 

Hermandez, Charles A. 

Hoyle, Louis C 

Hulbert, Benjamin F. 

Hamilton, Luther M 

Hines, Richard 

Hedrick. Isaac G 

Jones, John S ... 
Lopez. Edward St. B 
Leach. Samuel W 



Livingston, James F. 
Lorrimer, Joseph M... 
Maxwell, William T 



Mead, Louis V 

Muse, William F 

Morris, Edward 
MacPhail. Alexander 
Nuttal, Charles ...*.. 
Nil. John W 
Onderdonk, Charles B 



Powers, William H 

Peters, Perry 

Parker, Egbert J 
Perry, William < '. 
Reynolds, Guy B 
Race, Austin T 
Ramos, Emanuel 
Robinson, Fred S 
Sargent, Harry B 
Spencer, George E 

Soler, Joseph A 

Snyder, George H 
Smith, Stephens A 

Smith. Richard M 

Sterrett, Arthur L 

Tipping. Joseph P 

Travis, William J 

Tavlor, Starke 

Taylor, Carroll H 

Taylor, Fred 

Varnura, Henry 

West. Thomas W 

Williams. Frank J 

W T heeler, Charles A 

Walker, Frank 

Hamilton, Luther M 

Hobirk. Arthur C 

LaRue, Robert E. L 

O' Berrv, Johnson 

Scott, James T 

Yates, Fred G 

Minsky. Franz M. S. A 

Middaugh, Frank 

Confer, August 

Blinn, Theodore A 



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Transferred to Co. I October 9, '99. 
Appointed Corporal December 1, '98. 
1st Sergeant. 

Quartermaster-Sergeant; returned to ranks at his 
own request September 1, '98. 



Appointed Corporal September 1, '98; detailed 

Company Clerk October 19, '98. 
Transferred to Volunteer Signal Corps June 30 

, ' 98 - 
Transferred to Signal Corps; also Co. I, October 

8, '98. 
Transferred to Co. M October 9, '98. 
Sergeant; honorably discharged October 8, '98. 

Corporal; Sergeant October 9, '98. 



Discharged November 17, '98, for disability. 
Serjeant; reduced